â€˜Touch â€™n Goâ€™ girls Teenagers let young men fondle them for a fee
THERE is a new term in Sungai Petani â€“ â€œTouch n’ Go Girlsâ€.
This is not because the girls, some of whom are as young as 12, work at tollbooths but because of the illicit services they offer.
A source from the Kuala Muda District Religious Office told Kosmo! that the girls would let men touch their breasts and private parts for a fee.
Because of this, the girls are known as â€œTouch n’ Go Girlsâ€.
The daily said the girls were runaways and their modus operandi was to hang out at a shopping mall in town to offer their services. Their clients are mostly young men who hang out at the mall.
The source also revealed that the religious authority was monitoring the girls’ activities.
â€œTheir behaviour is simply outrageous,â€ said the source. (copy from The Star)
I have forgotten which small town I was in the other day where I chanced upon all sorts of almost-p0rn cheap, Malay magazines. Wow, scandalous pics with tantalising stories in Bahasa Malaysia. Many of the photos are real, taken with hidden cameras of Malay girls ala Tammy NYP scandal. I don’t know how these magazines can get a publication licence and what our authorities are doing about them. It was a total eye-opener to me because I have always considered our Malay brothers and sisters having a higher moral values and stricter upbringing.
I don’t see these magazines hanging around the mamak stalls here probably because these stall owners still have some shred of dignity and found selling cars, parenting and PC magazines less sinful than selling junks like these to corrupt young minds.
So, I would say that it is time the people in power ought to find out what is wrong generally. Before they get too stressed up over apostasy and heavy stuffs like politics and why a handful of Muslims are converting to other religions, they should find out why so many families are totally abandoning their religious teachings. Out there, lurk a very sinister, dark forces that have lured the youngs into vices. It takes more than :
religious authority was monitoring the girls’ activities.
to solve it. It takes an overall, self-appraisal to see where we have gone wrong and how to arrest these problems. It starts from the home, the parents.