New gang of women thieves in Malaysia 'strip and shout' to stun victims

Oct 29, 2012 Full story: Real Bollywood 48

London, October 29: Hawkers and traders in Malaysia have encountered cases where a group of Vietnamese women robbed their customers and flashed their breasts to "stun" the victims while they escape, it has been revealed.

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sam

United States

#1 Nov 1, 2012
A group of women -flashing- as distraction..

Oooooo.....
Good stragety...

Ha....can you say cheese?:)
Human Revolution

Middletown, OH

#2 Nov 1, 2012
sam wrote:
A group of women -flashing- as distraction..
Oooooo.....
Good stragety...
Ha....can you say cheese?:)
How does this work on heterosexual women?
sam

United States

#3 Nov 1, 2012
Human Revolution wrote:
<quoted text> How does this work on heterosexual women?
Well, ok...let's think about it.

-Sam's scenrio-

Ok you were walking down the street and a man steals
your bags.
You're running after him...
He stops and flash you his "buddy"

What is your first intial reaction...?

Would you be shocked...?

I assume you would not want to approach a man who just did that.

Also, you probably have to process wtf just happen to you.

In that instant of a moment of you realizing wtf happen the dude is gone.

So you tell me...
Would you still run after the man who flashed you?

Or would you rather risk losing your bags than looking like a rapist chasing after a man with his "buddy" out running away from you?
TheJazuma

Sydney, Australia

#4 Nov 1, 2012
sam wrote:
<quoted text>
So you tell me...
Would you still run after the man who flashed you?
Or would you rather risk losing your bags than looking like a rapist chasing after a man with his "buddy" out running away from you?
I wouldn't run, I would taze/shoot him.
Wouldn't that be public indecency?
Besides, if he was a rape victim,
he wouldn't be holding a bag, he would
be naked and yelling and making a
ruckus to get ppl's attention, much
less steal bags lol.

It works better if the thief is a girl
since if it were a dude chasing the girl
thief, she'd make him look like a bad guy
whereas, if a dude were to steal and get
chased by a girl, he'd still look like a
bad guy. either way, the guy loses.

My advice would be keep your wallet inside
your shirt, so this stunt doesn't happen,or
just carry less money.
sam

United States

#5 Nov 1, 2012
TheJazuma wrote:
<quoted text>
I wouldn't run, I would taze/shoot him.
Wouldn't that be public indecency?
Besides, if he was a rape victim,
he wouldn't be holding a bag, he would
be naked and yelling and making a
ruckus to get ppl's attention, much
less steal bags lol.
It works better if the thief is a girl
since if it were a dude chasing the girl
thief, she'd make him look like a bad guy
whereas, if a dude were to steal and get
chased by a girl, he'd still look like a
bad guy. either way, the guy loses.
My advice would be keep your wallet inside
your shirt, so this stunt doesn't happen,or
just carry less money.
Ok what about this?

People see him running away from another man without pants on in a panick scared look...

I mean it could of looked that the man was shopping and
a crazed man attacked him.

It wouldn't look like the man was sexually trying to assault him?

Doesn't man on man rape occur?
Outside of prison of course...

I think either way and it looks bad.
-
Isn't this suppose to be an example on it happening on the same gender?
-
You carry a tazer with you?
TheJazuma

Sydney, Australia

#6 Nov 2, 2012
sam wrote:
<quoted text>

You carry a tazer with you?
I carry $50 dollars in my wallet at
any time. No, I don't have a tazer,
I was assuming this was an American
sitch where all Americans have the
right to bear arms as per the 2nd
amendment.

Tazers, pepper spray, guns, knives
are illegal in Australia under the
Weapons Prohibition Act (1998) NSW Schedule 1 (22 & 23)

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/nsw/consol...

“To be or not to be”

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#7 Nov 2, 2012
sam wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, ok...let's think about it.
-Sam's scenrio-
Ok you were walking down the street and a man steals
your bags.
You're running after him...
He stops and flash you his "buddy"
What is your first intial reaction...?
Would you be shocked...?
I assume you would not want to approach a man who just did that.
Also, you probably have to process wtf just happen to you.
In that instant of a moment of you realizing wtf happen the dude is gone.
So you tell me...
Would you still run after the man who flashed you?
Or would you rather risk losing your bags than looking like a rapist chasing after a man with his "buddy" out running away from you?
Society only protects women. If a girl shows her boobs and then shouts "rape", then the man who is in her proximity has to be careful. Maybe he should run away. But if a man shows his "buddy" or his "trouser snake" as some Chinese guy said in this forum, no one cares. Feel free to give him a good kick between his legs and grab your purse back.
Human Revolution

Sheridan, AR

#8 Nov 2, 2012
Quite the conundrum.
sam

United States

#9 Nov 2, 2012
Isn't main question here...

If it was to work on the same gender?

If a man was to flash another man...
Would the other man be shocked..?

In that period of time the theif would be able to run
off with the other man's items..

Or is it just normal to see another man's uh...
and it wouldn't being shocking?
And so there would be enough time for a reaction...
Human Revolution

Sheridan, AR

#10 Nov 2, 2012
sam wrote:
Isn't main question here...
If it was to work on the same gender?
If a man was to flash another man...
Would the other man be shocked..?
In that period of time the theif would be able to run
off with the other man's items..
Or is it just normal to see another man's uh...
and it wouldn't being shocking?
And so there would be enough time for a reaction...
But instead of staring, a man would probably look away in disgust.
sam

United States

#11 Nov 2, 2012
Human Revolution wrote:
<quoted text> But instead of staring, a man would probably look away in disgust.
So it does work on the same gender.

While the man is looking away in disgust.
The theif is running away with the man stuff.

There you go kid, you answered your own question.

Regardless of the gender type...the flash
Will still be a good distraction.

Even if it's a woman stealing from another woman.
Human Revolution

Sheridan, AR

#12 Nov 2, 2012
sam wrote:
<quoted text>
So it does work on the same gender.
While the man is looking away in disgust.
The theif is running away with the man stuff.
There you go kid, you answered your own question.
Regardless of the gender type...the flash
Will still be a good distraction.
Even if it's a woman stealing from another woman.
The plan can't fail.
the examiner

Montréal, Canada

#13 Nov 2, 2012
It was not about distraction in the article. the girl thief already stole something and was being chased and then she decided to take off her tank top showing her breasts and then she screamed "molest".
sam

United States

#14 Nov 2, 2012
the examiner wrote:
It was not about distraction in the article. the girl thief already stole something and was being chased and then she decided to take off her tank top showing her breasts and then she screamed "molest".
Ok exam...

HR asked if it would work on a woman...as in
Woman stealing another woman items...
TheJazuma

Sydney, Australia

#15 Nov 2, 2012
sam wrote:
Isn't main question here...
If it was to work on the same gender?
If a man was to flash another man...
Would the other man be shocked..?
In that period of time the theif would be able to run
off with the other man's items..
Or is it just normal to see another man's uh...
and it wouldn't being shocking?
And so there would be enough time for a reaction...
No, guys walk around naked all the time
in change rooms, nothing new there.

However, if that guy had a hard on, then
I would be really shocked and grossed out.

I would imagine it's the same for girls,
girls see naked girls in the change rooms
all the time, so a girl flashing another
girl would be no problem.

however, if I were that malay dude, I would
just say

"heeeeeey, sexy rady....oppa gangnam style"
then I won't look odd at all, it'll be normal
since it's just a dance, with the exception
of the viet girl shouting "molest" lol.
the examiner

Montréal, Canada

#16 Nov 3, 2012
Human Revolution

Newark, OH

#17 Nov 3, 2012
TheJazuma wrote:
<quoted text>
I would
just say
"heeeeeey, sexy rady....oppa gangnam style"
then I won't look odd at all, it'll be normal
since it's just a dance, with the exception
of the viet girl shouting "molest" lol.
Would you do the dance?
TheJazuma

Sydney, Australia

#18 Nov 3, 2012
Human Revolution wrote:
<quoted text> Would you do the dance?
http://www.arttowermito.or.jp/gif98jan/yes.gi...
sam

United States

#19 Nov 3, 2012
TheJazuma wrote:
<quoted text>
No, guys walk around naked all the time
in change rooms, nothing new there.
However, if that guy had a hard on, then
I would be really shocked and grossed out.
I would imagine it's the same for girls,
girls see naked girls in the change rooms
all the time, so a girl flashing another
girl would be no problem.
however, if I were that malay dude, I would
just say
"heeeeeey, sexy rady....oppa gangnam style"
then I won't look odd at all, it'll be normal
since it's just a dance, with the exception
of the viet girl shouting "molest" lol.
If you were that malay dude...

You would say "oppa gangnam style"?

Shouldn't you say oppan gangnam style..
As in I am gangnam style.

Cause girls say oppa..

Lol-oppan is a shorten version of oppa-neun

I think....

I guess psy refers to himself as in a third person.
TheJazuma

Sydney, Australia

#20 Nov 3, 2012
sam wrote:
<quoted text>
If you were that malay dude...
You would say "oppa gangnam style"?
Shouldn't you say oppan gangnam style..
As in I am gangnam style.
Cause girls say oppa..
Lol-oppan is a shorten version of oppa-neun
I think....
I guess psy refers to himself as in a third person.
oppa is an even shorter version of oppan,
idk, don't speak Korean, ask that Jenny
girl, the lyrics say oppa anyways.

true, girls refer to older guys as oppa,
guy can also approach a girl and make her
call him oppa, i think. unless he wants to
say noona?(as in older sister)

besides, this is pointless since the viet
girl won't understand korean anyways since
they're in malaysia and people speak english,
mandarin, and malay.

--

isn't 3rd person, when you say your own name?
I don't remember "psy" being in the lyrics.
1st person is when you use "I".

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