Saturday, 14 May 2011


okay hi lads , im as one of my eve people , wants to warn you about this acid man , be extra carefull with this shit and dorky plutos.they tend to splash acid to you at anytime and anywhere , so you lads shall bring you handkerchief and a bottle of water.when you get splash just dont panic and you can quickly wash it with your own water that you bring earlier. please lads , AFTER THIS WE GONNA WEAR HOODIES TO COVER UP ALL OF OUR FACE. BUT FOR WHAT DIA simbah asid? jealous ke? ke mental problem? erm, maybe... why lads?

KUALA LUMPUR: The gutless ‘acid splasher’ who has injured 20 victims — all women and girls except a male school teacher — in eight incidents over the past two months has taken his cowardly attacks right into the heart of the city.

This could be an indication that a lack of information on him has spurred him to go on a splashing spree, say police sources.

The sources said the prowler might also be challenging the police to catch him from attacking victims with substances that caused various degrees of burns to the recipients.

The vile, unabated ‘acid splashing’ binges have raised alarm bells over the increasing brazenness of the motorcycle- riding criminal — described as a “madman” by the police.

It is believed the man, who targets females, is no longer content with carrying out attacks in outlying areas.

In the latest cases, he trained his sights on the city centre by first attacking his female victims on Friday along the perennially busy Jalan Pudu Lama and Jalan Putra.

The next day, the coward harmed a woman carrying a one-year-old child in Persiaran Titiwangsa.

The police, who have formed a task force to track down the beast, want the help of the public.

So far, the only information police have on the man is that he is of dark complexion and rides a Honda EX5 motorcycle with a carrier in front.

Sentul police chief ACP Zakaria Pagan said they needed the help of the public as their ‘eyes and ears’ to help catch the culprit.

“Surely, someone must have witnessed these attacks,” he told The Malay Mail.

“Even with increased police presence, the suspect continues to attack people. Previously, he only operated in the outskirts but he appears to have begun targeting people within the city centre.

“We are concerned about this and urge those with any information on this person to assist us.”

In Friday’s incident, two women were strolling along Jalan Pudu Lama at 9pm after having dinner when they were pounced on by the suspect.

Approaching them from behind, he splashed a bottle of liquid on them before making his getaway amidst busy traffic.

The women, su ffering from burns caused by the substance, ran into a nearby building to wash off the liquid. An employee in the building went to their aid and sent them to the nearby Tung Shin Hospital.

One of the women was given outpatient treatment while the other, identi ffed only as Nor Azia, was transferred to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital where she was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit.

Nor Azia’s friends have appealed to the police to catch the suspect before he hurts any more people.

Mother and child latest cases

Barely 30 minutes after the first incident, the suspect struck again, this time at a parking lot in front of The Mall shopping centre in Jalan Putra.

His third victim of the day, a female lawyer in her 30s, sustained minor burns and was given outpatient treatment at a nearby hospital.

City police chief Datuk Ku Chin Wah said police had sent samples of the liquid to the Chemistry Department and were awaiting the results.

The suspect's crime spree continued on Saturday, this time, choosing a woman carrying a year-old child in Persiaran Titiwangsa as his latest victims.

The victim, in her 30s, was in her house compound around 3pm when the suspect rode by and threw the liquid over the gate before speeding off.

Both mother and child were rushed to the KL Hospital for treatment as the liquid had entered their eyes.

Too many have been hurt, says friend of new acid attack victim

KUALA LUMPUR: A friend of one of the acid splasher's victims has issued an impassioned plea to the police to catch the "madman".

"Please help catch this crazy person who hurt my friend," said a friend of Nor Azia, the 25-year-old who was one of two women injured by the acid splasher in Jalan Pudu Lama on Friday.

Met at Hospital Kuala Lumpur yesterday, the friend, who was waiting for news on Nor Azia outside the Intensive Care Unit, said they were left shaken by the incident.

"We want the police to catch him. So many people have been hurt, we don't want another victim to turn up elsewhere," she said.

She said Nor Azia's le ft eye region was damaged in the attack. Doctors had told Nor Azia's family that she would be at the ICU for a few more days.

"She is still recovering from the injuries. We are praying that the injuries won't affect her eyesight," she said.

Nor Azia su ffered five per cent burns to the face, neck and hands.

Another friend, who said she was Nor Azia's colleague, said they were told the acid splasher caught both women unawares.

"We were told by Nor Azia's family the two were walking towards a bank to use the ATM when the motorcyclist attacked them from behind.

"They weren't able to get a good look at him a fter the incident as he quickly sped off," she said.

Nor Azia's father, identified only as Mohd Salleh, refused to comment on the incident or to reveal the condition of his daughter.

"I cannot talk about it. I have nothing to say," he said, adding he was advised by the police not to talk to the Press.

Where the 'splasher' struck

1. March 2 - Eight Year 4 and Year 6 pupils and a teacher of SK Bukit Bandaraya in Jalan Bangkung, Bangsar were splashed with a liquid by a motorcyclist clad in black.
2. March 24 - Two marketing executives were splashed with acid as they were walking along Jalan Tun Sambanthan at 5.30pm.

3. March 25 - A 25-year-old history teacher, on the way to school, was attacked near the back gate of a school in Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad at 7am.

4. March 26 - A Frenchman and his female companion became the 13th and 14th victims of a corrosive liquid-splashing attack by a motorcycle duo in Jalan Conlay about 3pm.

5. April 2 - In Jalan Mantin, Negri Sembilan, a 27-year-old woman and her 18-year-old niece were attacked by two men on a motorcycle 9pm.

6. May 6 - Two women were splashed with acid when a motorcyclist attacked them from behind in Jalan Pudu Lama at 9pm.

7. May 6 - Thirty minutes later, a lawyer in her 30s, was attacked near a parking lot in front of The Mall shopping centre in Jalan Putra.

8. May 7 - A woman and her one-year-old baby were standing in her house compound in Persiaran Titiwangsa when the splasher rode by and threw the liquid at them at 3pm.

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