A man was caught on camera splashing a cup of semen at a woman at a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. The woman, who thought that her clothes and legs were soiled with some “sticky liquid”, reported the matter to the mall’s security guard. The guard managed to stop the man who was walking away from the scene. A check on the closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera showed the man splashing the liquid on the woman at about 5pm on Monday. The woman, who lodged a police report, related the incident on her Facebook page with pictures. According to China Press, the man at first denied splashing the liquid, but after he was shown the footage, he knelt down and begged for forgiveness. Police said the man was not a first-time offender as he was nabbed for taking upskirt pictures of women before.

Hong Kong actor Andy Lau, who was injured after falling from a horse on Jan 17, still needs to undergo rehabilitation, according to fellow actor Kent Cheng who visited him at a hospital in Hong Kong. Cheng said the superstar was progressing well. “He should be able to sit up very soon. His voice is much clearer now. “Those who are concerned about him need not worry. He is recovering well,” said Cheng, who visited Lau with Eddie Cheung. Lau flew back to Hong Kong for treatment after he fell while filming a commercial near Bangkok.

>Grass cutter finds decomposed body

A Bangladeshi grass cutter was shocked to find a decomposed body of a girl, suspected to be murdered, in some bushes off the Jalan Gerik-Kupang road near to Bintang Hijau R&R in Gerik. The victim was fully-clothed when her body was found some five metres away from the main road at noon on Tuesday. There were no identification on the victim, believed to be between 10 and 13 years old, and she could have been dead four to five days earlier. An autopsy showed that there were sign of injuries on the head and rib caused by a blunt object.

>Businessman shot in Nilai

A 47-year-old businessman was shot at close range by two suspects on a motorcycle at Bandar Enstek, Labu in Negri Sembilan on Monday. Nilai OCPD Supt Zaldino Zaludin said the victim was in his car when he stopped at the front gate of his house at 12.11am. “The two suspects who had waited for him, approached the car and fired two shots. The victim was shot in the stomach and left arm,” he said in a statement. The victim was rushed to the hospital and his condition has reportedly stabilised. Investigations are being carried out under the Firearms Act and Penal Code.