View Full Version : Beware Mobile Durian Seller

21-09-2007, 08:48 PM

Incident: 2 friends eating at corner Chinese restaurant at SS14 beside BP petrol station.
2 Chinese dudes that looks like those typical samsengs enter and selling durians.
My fren politely rejected by saying that he will 'see' how later after his dinner.
Restaurant owner warned my friend not to buy from them because he has seen them before and they are selling rotten durians.
The 2 punks waited for my friends outside the restaurant.
When friends was leaving restaurant the 2 guys approach, offering the durians again, my fren rejected but the 2 punks started getting rough.
Started threatening, scratch my friend's car with the durian, swearing and waving the parang in his hand. Refusing to let my friend go.
Force my friend to buy 2 stupid durians for RM63??? Not even D24 i think!
Friend had only RM40 with him, they took it and finally left.

The 2 punks were going around with a green van. Sadly no further details.

BEWARE! Call police immediately if you do see them because a police report has been made against them.

25-09-2007, 01:39 PM
i hv seen them before. Normally i would go for BKT at Ah Ping and they will bring 1 durian to show u..Looks ok, but never bought from them before.
It's a typical ah beng..skinny and average height. Tanned and dirty looking.
i recall seeing their van but cannot remember the colour.

09-10-2007, 04:46 PM
I don't know whether I should discuss this :

Tanned and dirty looking? Are you saying, tanned chinese people are dirty looking as opposed to fair skinned chinese people are clean looking?

10-10-2007, 10:55 PM
seed·y [ see dee ] (comparative seed·i·er, superlative seed·i·est)



1. shabby: shabby, dirty-looking, and often disreputable

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Nothing to do with "tanned chinese people are dirty looking as opposed to fair skinned chinese people are clean looking" On behalf of evan1222, just google for meanings. Online dictionaries such as Encarta (http://encarta.msn.com/) are best if u need to find meaning of phrases or of words when u're stumped for meanings.

17-10-2007, 02:50 PM
Thanks Jianwei :) hmmm...what a weird question. Haha