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    be on alert - allways

    juz want to share this story i received via e-mail

    >>Subject: Child Kidnap Trick in Carrefour, JB
    >>
    >>IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL PARENTS! > > Even if you do not have
    >>little kids, pass this one on to everyone you can think of. You
    >>never know who you might save by sending this e-mail! Please,
    >>take the time and forward this to any friend who has children &
    >>grandchildren! Thanks!

    >>Wanted to share something that happened today while shopping at
    >>Carrefour. A mother was leaning over looking for meat and turned
    >>around
    >>to find her 4 years old daughter was missing. I was standing there
    >>right beside her, and she was calling her daughter with no luck.
    >>
    >>I asked a man who worked at Carrefour to announce it over the
    >>loud-speaker. He did, and left me , he immediately walked right
    >>past me when I asked and went to a pole where there was a
    >>phone. He
    >>made
    >>an announcement for all the doors and gates to be locked, a code
    >>something.
    >>So they locked all the doors at once.
    >> > > > >
    >> > > > > This took all of 3 minutes after I asked the guy to do
    >>this.
    >> > > > >They found the little girl 5 minutes later in a bathroom
    >>stall
    >> > > > >drugged . Her headways half shaved, and she was dressed
    >>in her
    >> > > > >underwear with a bag of clothes, a razor, and wig sitting
    >>on the
    >>
    >> > > > >floor beside her, to make her look different.
    >> > > > >
    >> > > > > Whoever this person was, took the little girl, brought
    >>her
    >>into
    >> > > > >the bathroom, shaved half her head, and undressed her in a
    >>matter
    >>
    >> > > > >of less than 10 minutes. This makes me shake to no end.
    >> > > > >
    >> > > > > Please keep a close eye on your kids when in big places
    >>where
    >>
    >> > > > >it's easy for you to get separated like Shopping Malls. It
    >>only
    >> > > > >took a few minutes to do all of that. Another 5 minutes and
    >>she
    >> > > > >would have been out the door.
    >> > > > >
    >> > > > > I am still in shock that some sick person could do
    >>this, let
    >> > > > > alone
    >> > in
    >> > > > >a matter of minutes. The days are over when our little
    >>ones
    >>could
    >> > > > >run rampant all over the place and nothing worse would
    >>happen
    >>then
    >> > > > >them annoying people.
    >> > > > >
    >> > > > > The little girl is fine. Thank God for fast workers who
    >>didn't
    >> > > > > take
    >> > any
    >> > >
    >> > > > chances.
    >> > > > >
    >> > > > >
    >> > > > > BE SURE TO FORWARD THIS TO EVERYONE, SO THEY REMEMBER
    >>JUST HOW
    >>
    >> > > > >SICK PEOPLE ARE OUT THERE!

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    chain mail lah...

    The learning from this 'episode' is to be cautious every time we take our kiddos out to a crowded public place...keep a close eye on 'em young ones at all times.

    BUT this fwd warning is a chain mail. the last time it made its appearance, the venue was Metrojaya BB.

    Yang amat bercerita lato tupai

    p/s JJusco, by the way, is building the mother-of-all-juscos in JB right now. It is going to give Giant Plentong a good run for its money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai
    The learning from this 'episode' is to be cautious every time we take our kiddos out to a crowded public place...keep a close eye on 'em young ones at all times.

    BUT this fwd warning is a chain mail. the last time it made its appearance, the venue was Metrojaya BB.

    Yang amat bercerita lato tupai

    p/s JJusco, by the way, is building the mother-of-all-juscos in JB right now. It is going to give Giant Plentong a good run for its money.


    i mean Carrefour. not JJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai
    The learning from this 'episode' is to be cautious every time we take our kiddos out to a crowded public place...keep a close eye on 'em young ones at all times.

    BUT this fwd warning is a chain mail. the last time it made its appearance, the venue was Metrojaya BB.

    Yang amat bercerita lato tupai

    p/s JJusco, by the way, is building the mother-of-all-juscos in JB right now. It is going to give Giant Plentong a good run for its money.
    CHAIN MAIL ??? SERVES WOT PURPOSE AND FOR WHOM ?????

    MEANS THE LAST LINE IS THE CLIMAX - SICK PPL. INVENTING SUCH STORIES ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by expat1609
    CHAIN MAIL ??? SERVES WOT PURPOSE AND FOR WHOM ?????
    ... ????
    I suppose its the same answer to the question "why did the chicken cross the road?"

    Yang amat bersoalan lato tupai

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    expat1609

    Not surprised. This exactly happened some years ago at that Japanese shopping mall [Aiya forgot the name] at Batu Rd. It happened during the festive season.I was there and it happened about 5pm. Suddenly the alarm rang and all the doors closed, people weren't allowed out or in and there were many confused faces. Then we heard a child crying from the ground floor toilet, a guard rushed to her aid and rushed the kid back to the admin. A few minutes later the doors unlocked.

    Morale of the story: If you're not going to keep a CONSTANT eye on your kids, leave them at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badaveil
    Not surprised. This exactly happened some years ago at that Japanese shopping mall [Aiya forgot the name] at Batu Rd.....
    u mean Jalan Raja Laut? ... Jap shopping mall... Sogo?

    Have received this chain mail before... it was Carrefour Midvalley.... the original version and author may had good intentions... along the way as with all chain mail.... details added and deleted.....

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    May I add my salt for those still blurr.
    These stories or 'warnings' are ALL urban legends.
    Just google "urban legends" and I bet you will find a similar story documented in their archives.

    Moral of story - do not believe what you read on the web. Check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monster
    u mean Jalan Raja Laut? ... Jap shopping mall... Sogo?

    Have received this chain mail before... it was Carrefour Midvalley.... the original version and author may had good intentions... along the way as with all chain mail.... details added and deleted.....
    I think it's Hankyu Jaya...

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    Err...TQ Expat...it doesn't hurt to be extra careful whilst out with children in busy public places...

    Err...parents do get carried away...in them frenzy shopping spree...n that's the reason why we hear anouncements made at shopping malls...that there are missing kids...or parents too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by badaveil
    Not surprised. This exactly happened some years ago at that Japanese shopping mall [Aiya forgot the name] at Batu Rd. It happened during the festive season.I was there and it happened about 5pm. ...
    Looks like it's real after all, not urban legend.

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