Monthly Archives: April 2009

I can be hired….Boy Toy

Any good looking rich women–I can be your boy toy—email me at


Toy boy clubs for the rich and jaded

TOY boys are the new craze in Singapore nightclubs, Sin Chew Daily and China Press reported.

The newspapers reported yesterday that rich men’s wives did not mind paying the toy boys RM3,500 each to spend an evening with them.

If the women want to bring the boys out for supper, they will be charged RM350 an hour.

A regular patron, Madam Wang, 42, said she had to visit the toy boy clubs daily, failing which she would feel uneasy.

Admitting that her family would break up if her businessman husband found out about her “hobby”, Madam Wang said she could not keep herself away from the clubs.

When met by reporters at a club, Madam Wang was with a Thai toy boy.

She said: “He makes me feel young, something which my husband fails to do.”

Checks with several toy boys found that they also offer sexual services if asked by the women.

A popular toy boy may earn about RM4,600 a night, said one of them.



Urgent A 7 yr old boy was kidnapped at 830am on 10 april 2009(today) in Bandar Utama by 4 Indian men in a dark Proton Satria (BFW 3347). Please help to search car to save boy & pass message to o rs. Call police immediately when you see car: 019-237-6677. As of 1224pm today, boy is still not found. Please keep sending message out

insulting Perak Sultan

Fuck You Fuck You–sultan of perak–I tried to sign into the Forum but was rejected.


Nov trial for man accused of insulting Perak Sultan

KUALA LUMPUR: The Sessions Court here set Nov 9 to 13 for the trial of self-employed Muslim Ahmad who pleaded not guilty to three charges of having insulted the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah, on a website.

Judge S. M. Komathy Suppiah made the decision in chambers with the concurrence of the prosecution and the defence.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Mohd Radhi Abas told reporters the prosecution had amended the three charges against Muslim, 54, with regard to the web address, and he maintained his plea of not guilty.

On the first amended charge, Muslim is alleged to have posted an offensive comment on the website at 2.21pm on Feb 7 this year with the intention of hurting the feelings of people.

He is also alleged to have committed a similar offence at 2.27pm on the same day and yet another similar offence at 4.39pm on Feb 8. The three offences were allegedly committed at No. 1, Jalan 5/26, Taman Sri Rampai, Setapak, here.

Muslim, who was represented by counsel K. Periasamy, was charged under Section 233(1)(a) of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 and, if found guilty, can be penalised under Section 233(3) of the same act with a fine of up to RM50,000 or a maximum jail term of one year, or both. – Bernama