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KL Police Bust Drug-Fuelled Orgies Promoted via WeChat With Entry Fees of Up to RM200

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Police Bust Drug-Fuelled Orgies Promoted on WeChat That Cost Up to RM200 Entry Fee - WORLD OF BUZZ
Source: Seehua
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Seriously, drug trafficking groups are just getting more and more daring these days! One of their latest methods to lure young people into getting into drugs is to use the social messaging app, WeChat to organise parties.

Traffickers Are Promoting Drug-Fuelled Orgies on WeChat for Only RM - WORLD OF BUZZ

Source: Seehua

However, these parties aren’t as innocent as they sound as the organisers attract the youth to attend by promising them alcohol, drugs, and sex. Um, whut? All the attendees have to do is pay a RM100 to RM200 fee and they can join the party.

Just last week, Kuala Lumpur Police Chief Datuk Seri Mazlan said they conducted raids on two luxury condominiums located on Jalan Ampang and Jalan Ceylon where they arrested a total of 68 people of various nationalities, including Thais and Indonesians, Sinar Harian reported.

Traffickers Are Promoting Drug-Fuelled Orgies on WeChat for Only RM100 to RM200 - WORLD OF BUZZ 1

Source: Seehua

He said that these people who were arrested were aged between 14 to 44 years old. That’s really young! “When the police entered the units which had three rooms, they were shocked to find that everyone in the unit was either drinking, doing drugs, or having sex. We even found one room that was stuffed with at least 44 people,” he added.

“In the first raid at around 5.45pm on last Tuesday (July 3), we arrested 15 people and seized about 4,000 erimin 5 pills, 19 ecstasy pills and 2.6g of ketamin that totalled up to about RM60,000. On our second raid at about 5.15pm on Friday (July 6), we arrested 53 people in another unit,” Mazlan said.

Apparently, the organisers of these drug-fuelled orgies would rent the high-end condominiums for about RM600 to RM1,300 a day and they would promote these parties through WeChat to capture the youth’s attention. Once they made the payment, the organisers would send the details of the party over such as the date, time and address.

As they did not want the authorities to find out the location of these orgies, they would frequently change spots to evade capture. Mazlan said that all of the people who were arrested tested positive for drugs while two of them were identified as the organisers. The police will be investigating the case under Section 39B and Section 39A (1) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

Better keep a close watch on your kids’ WeChat accounts!

 

Also read: MAS Flight Attendant Caught Smuggling RM5.6 Million of Drugs in Melbourne Airport

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