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Vampire’s Locks Grew At Museum
By: RSS/News Feeds

THE hair of an exhibit that apparently “grew” while it was on show at the Asian Arts Museum in Universiti Malaya has become a topic of discussion in a KOSMO! report.

The hair, purportedly that of a female jenglot (vampire), measured 17cm when it was first exhibited on Aug 1.

The report quoted UM Mythical Creature Exhibition project head Mohd Nul Hakim Derasip as saying that the hair had now grown to 35cm and had reached the ground.

On whether someone could have placed a wig or hair extension on the exhibit, Mohd Nul said he doubted it as there were museum personnel present during the exhibition hours.

The museum was closed at night, during which security guards would be on duty.

However, he said visitors were allowed to touch the exhibit after getting permission from the staff.

He also noted an unusual change in the hair growth on the armpit of another exhibit said to be a supernatural being called the “Bintaro Karang”.

Universiti Sains Malaysia forensic expert Dr Zafarina Zainuddin, however, found Mohd Nul Hakim’s claim to be illogical, saying that the hair could not grow longer as it was not natural hair.

“It does not have any living cells,” she said.

Nonetheless, Dr Zafarina said she was conducting DNA tests on the “creature” to determine whether it had an alien profile.

Harian Metro front-paged a story about a businessman who was allegedly punched by three friends of a popular male artiste.

The daily reported that the artiste had pleaded with the businessman not to sensationalise his friends’ violent behaviour.

The businessman, who is in his 40s, claimed that he was driving up north on Sunday when he saw two vehicles – a Honda and a BMW – being driven recklessly near the rest and recreational area in Tapah at about 3am.

He said he flashed his high beam before overtaking the BMW, which was in the middle of the highway. However, the driver tried to squeeze his car to the side.

When the businessman stopped at a petrol station at the rest area to fill up his tank, he realised that the car had followed him.

Three men approached him and demanded that he get out of his car.

When he refused to do so and tried to lock his car door, they tried to stop him and punched the back of his head.

They also kicked his car and broke the antenna at the back of his car.

The businessman was quoted as saying that when he started his car engine, the artiste came up to his car and asked him not to sensationalise the incident. He lodged a report at the Tapah police station shortly later.

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