[INNOVATIVE] How Police indicate Prostitutes, using markers

MALAYSIA – Malaysian police have come up with a new way to identify the suspects they apprehend in raids.
Shin Min Daily News reported that a police unit on a prostitution raid used marker pens to sort out the girls they had detained.
Police use markers to draw on suspects
Click on thumbnail to view (Photos: Shin Min Daily News)

The police officers used marker pens to draw ticks on the chests of prostitutes, while their managers were marked with crosses on the forehead.

According to the Chinese daily, this was done to aid the police in their investigation procedures and prevent the prostitutes from escaping.
The pale complexions of the prostitutes made the drawings clearer.
This is not an isolated incident. Another police unit allegedly labeled their suspects by writing numbers on their arms.

[OMG]CEO Shaolin abbot visit Prostitutes, caught during sex raid

POLICE in Henan, China are investigating online rumours accusing Shaolin temple’s abbot of being caught visiting prostitutes by police.

The Buddhist temple, which is a UNESCO world heritage site and the birthplace of kung fu, reported the case to police on Monday and said the rumours are false.

Xinhua reported that the rumours have been circulating online that abbot Shi Yongxin, 46, was caught paying for sex during a police raid.

The temple posted a statement on its website on Sunday that the rumours were vicious and libel, and had hurt the feelings of Buddhists, as well as tarnished the reputation of both the Shaolin temple and the abbot.

“Shaolin Temple and Abbot Shi feel deeply sorry for this and reserve the right to take legal action,” the online statement said.

Shi is the temple’s 30th abbot and is known as the “CEO of Shaolin” for his pursuit of commercial development since taking over as abbot a decade ago.


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