Alamak another spin story for us. Ini ada udang sebalik batu!!!
and the police chief of SJ doesn't even know that Noh is deputy minister as he keeps repeating Menteri in his interview and that menteri is in Johor at that time.
Why does a PA need to memantau a police operation? Part of his job scope? Guess we will get more clearification soon. Maybe pc can go an interview the people in blue apple and the true story will be out.May have to have a massage as part of his investigation
Err...for the record...Orchi isn't no freaking datuk yet(little Orchis still too young to marry n have any kids yet)...but mostly likely ya may bump into Orchi there having a swell of a time in the SPA...ahem...when that happens...please have some mercy n do NOT blog about seeing a lato Orchi there...ok?
Ahem...PCYeoh could you find out also...where they got that secret exit door?...just in case ya see...
lots of followers. Please inform the rest if you are going. some want to blog, some want to taste apple. Any CSI ppl in forum? Maybe they should come along with you. Don't forget your camera, the closest you can come to being a playboy be cameraman.
The UMNO-reform website seems to have recanted their earlier story and put up a piece of 'breaking-news' that the said Dato' was merely there to help a friend who had been detained for four hours.
quote from umno-reform : Penjelasan yang kami terima ialah Dato Azeez baru kembali dari Alor Setar selepas menghadiri majlis angkat sumpah Menteri Besar Kedah dan hadir di pusat itu hanya untuk membantu kawannya ( bukan beragama Islam ) yang telah di tahan selama 4 jam.
Orchi wouldn't be a bit surprised should the IPD Subang Jaya gets a new district chief of police real soon perhaps...ahem...the current one seems to be keeping himself rather too busy with issuing few too many press statements on this latest ruckus about a datuk...or was it 2 datuks(one lending a hand or 2 to the other)...appearing n being at The BlueApple...in the company of probably the 43 most sociable ladies in Subang Jaya...
Orchi... you've got a knack of predicting changes...pssst!, heard from little bird that certain people blady upset with OCPD Subang Jaya lorr...
Looks like that there will be a transfer/vacancy coming up real soon....
Utusan Malaysiareported that the 'Chinaman' operator of the Blue Apple Health Centre at Tingkat dua, Hotel Holiday Villa, No. 9, Jalan SS12/1, Subang Jaya was fined RM1,800 after he pleaded guilty to operating a massage parlour without license when the Police raided the premises about 9.15pm on December 29 September, 2005.
PETALING JAYA 6 Jan. - Seorang peniaga didenda RM1,800 atau penjara sebulan selepas mengaku bersalah di Mahkamah Majistret di sini hari ini atas tuduhan menjalankan perniagaan rumah urut tanpa lesen di sebuah hotel.
Chan Wai Loon, 24, membuat pengakuan itu di hadapan Majistret Maimoonah Aid selepas pertuduhan ke atasnya dibacakan.
Mengikut tuduhan, Wai Loon didakwa melakukan kesalahan tersebut lebih kurang pukul 9.15 malam, 29 September 2005 di Blue Apple Health Centre, tingkat dua, Hotel Holiday Villa, No. 9, Jalan SS12/1, Subang Jaya di sini.
Dia didakwa menjalankan perniagaan rumah urut tanpa lesen dan dituduh mengikut Seksyen 30 Undang-Undang Kesalahan Rumah Urut 1995.
Seksyen itu memperuntukkan hukuman denda maksimum RM2,000 atau penjara maksimum dua tahun atau kedua-dua sekali.
There are 3 things not right here.
1. It is shocking that the the fine is so low that Mr Chan just have to dip into his pocket to pay the fine. And even that money could have been earned by 10 of his girls in less tha 40 minutes or by all those girls arrested in about 15 minutes. And how much time and effort have the anti vice squat (spelt this way on purpose) Most probably 10 time more.
2. With this kind of fine, no wonder it will never be a deterent to our Mr Chan to shut down his joint. It will be a waste of time and not worth the papers used to issue summon to him. In fact, Mr Chan is thinking that he is doing a community service and also at the same time charitable - donating to the government coffer which he can easily afford. The magistrate should have slapped the jail sentence as well if she took into consideration that the offence as become a habit. And there is no appeal by the DPP to press for a maximum sentence for habitual offender. I have read cases where a habitual shoplifters (even poor mothers with a family to feed) are slapped 6 month jail term. Where is justice?
3. At age 24, Mr Chan has become a very successful businessman. This shows that it pays to commit crime and the best business is the flesh business.
By the way, why wasn't the operator charged with harbouring illegals in his massage parlour? Now we know who our datuk went to help during the raid at the parlour!! Perhaps lighter charges and hence lighter sentence due to datuk's 'recommendations'.