Sex perverts on LRT. Shawn Sharif, 24, has been taking the Light Rail Transit to work every morning for the last 18 months. Although crowded, it was an efficient mode of transport from her home in Wangsa Maju to her workplace in KLCC. But now she doesn't look forward to it anymore.
"There are sex maniacs on the loose on our trains," she said.
These perverts would stand behind their victims and rub themselves against the hapless women in the train packed like sardines. One of the "regular perverts" always wore a KLIA-com.my black t-shirt.The blogger has written in to Putra LRT, Rapid KL, Puteri Umno, a TV station and the mainstream papers BUT none of them has made the matter public. The response from Puteri Umno's webmaster took the cake: "We will check your submission in the next few hours, if it is interesting an relevant we will publish it soon. At this moment we have 110 submissions waiting to be published"."During one of my beautiful morning starts, I stumbled upon this man's act and a timid-looking Indian girl was the target. I could not do anything but only to call the girl toward me and offered her some space to stand next to me. She told me then that she has become his target not once but twice and more. She said she was too afraid to do anything." - Shawn
I am posting Shawn's accounts and her letters to the authorities with the hope of raising the alert on these perverts. If the passengers can look out for one another, perhaps we can make them disappear.
Go here for "Sex Maniacs loose on YOUR trains" and other letters and stories about two-legged snakes on the LRT. After that, do check out Shawn Sharif's blog underEstimated-overEstimating for Dry Humps, etc.
Monday, January 07, 2008
Snakes on our train
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