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Crazy or romantic? Hubby slept with wife's corpse

29 November, 2009 | Written by Patchay at 12:51 AM in ,

A heartbroken husband pining for his dead wife dug up her corpse and slept beside it for 5 years

Le Van said he opened the grave because he wanted to HUG her.

The 55-year-old, from a small town in the central province of Quang Nam, Vietnam, moulded clay around the remains to give the figure of a woman.

He then put clothes on her and placed her in his bed.

Van came up with the idea after his children stopped him from digging a tunnel into the grave.

After his wife died in 2003 he slept on top of her burial plot for 20 months.

But worried about rain, wind and cold, he eventually decided to dig the underground passage "to sleep with her".

His kids found out and prevented him from going to the grave.

So one night in November 2004 he dug up his wife's remains and took them home.

The father of seven said neighbours did not dare visit the house for several years.

He said: "I'm a person that does things differently. I'm not like normal people."

Cut and paste story as reported by The Sun (UK) 27/11/09.

Kuala Lumpur's No.1 nightclub - Zouk - is finally expanding its business.

In December 2009, Zouk will make its first entry into F&B with the introduction of Zouk Cafe-Bar opening at one of KL's most prestigious shopping mall, The Gardens at Mid Valley City.

Thanks Rizalhakim for the snap

For more info, visit www.zoukclub.com.my.

Traffic jams are getting worst. Public transport often unreliable. Roads are pedestrian unfriendly.

But like other booming Asian cities, more glamorous Skyscrapers are being planned and constructed.

I'm talking about Kuala Lumpur in Few Years Time.

Image specially created for SSC Malaysia by Patchay.Com

The weirdest number plates in Malaysia

11 November, 2009 | Written by Patchay at 1:13 PM in , ,

The weirdest and most fantastic car number plates captured on Malaysian roads

According to TheStar on 9 November 2009, the most expensive number plate in the country is for a vehicle registered in Terengganu but owned by a businessman in Johor Bahru. The number TAN 1 went for a pricely sum of RM200,090.

So, there you go TAN 1 spotted on the road!!

Cars with single digit is quite common nowadays:

Single alphabet is extremely rare:

I haven't seen "Z" for passenger vehicles in my life:

(Z is usually used by the military)

I don't think I would ever want this plate:

4 in Chinese means "DIE"... so 4 times of death...

To me, this looks like PENIS


Photos courtesy of SSC forumers cooltemper, sze hoong and hetfield85.

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