China National Plunges To Her Death Trying To Escape Vice Raid
A foreign woman, believed to be a sex worker, fell to her death from the fifth floor of a hotel at Jalan Pasar Baharu in Pudu, Kuala Lumpur apparently to avoid arrest by police early this morning.
Bukit Aman Secret Societies, Gambling and Vice (D7) Division assistant director Mohd Hedzir Hussin said the woman, believed from China, fell to her death while attempting to escape police arrest by climbing the narrow ledge of the hotel building at around 12.15am.
“The identity of the woman is yet to be ascertained and three more women who were on the same ledge as the victim refused to cooperate,” he said when met at the location of the four-hour operations dubbed ‘Op Noda’ that began at 10.50pm last night.
He said police had to let the three women go, to avoid any untoward incident, but follow-up operations would be conducted to curb prostitution activities in the area.
Mohd Hedzir said the operation was also assisted by a team of officers and personnel from the Jalan Hang Tuah Fire and Rescue Station.
During the operation, 30 foreign women, aged between 19 and 51, were detained for prostitution activities inside the building.
“Those detained consist of 24 Vietnamese and six from China. In addition, 93 customers, including 16 foreign nationals from Myanmar, China, India, Vietnam and Bangladesh, aged 18 to 81, were detained while waiting for their turn for the services, with prices ranging from RM80 to RM120,” he said. – Bernama
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