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WOMAN STOPPED BY M’SIA POLICE ARMED WITH RIFLE & EXTORTED HER FOR RM200

A PRC woman who was in Malaysia, was pulled over by an armed police officer who demanded to see her passport and extorted her of RM200.

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She posted her ordeal on the Chinese social media outlet Xiaohongshu.

She said that after her dinner with her Malaysian friends, she was heading back to her hotel in a taxi at about 11pm on 31 March.

The driver realised that a police car was following them for a while and he then stopped his car, and an armed police officer then approached them and knocked on their window.

The officer then asked the woman for her ID and where she was from, and after she told him that she was from China, the officer asked her for her passport.

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The woman then explained that her passport was in her hotel room and offered her driver’s license and other identity cards instead, but the officer refused to accept it.

He insisted to see the “immigration stamp” on her passport that was issued by the Malaysian authorities and threatened to detain her at the police station.

The woman then tried to reach the China embassy on her phone but nobody answered her calls.

The driver then explained to her that the officer wanted money from them, but she didn’t have any cash with her at the time.

The driver then offered to lend her the money that he had, which amounted to about RM200, and they gave it to the officer, but he was not satisfied and wanted another RM100 from them.

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Her friend then stepped in and told the officer in Malay that that was the only money they had, and the officer then released them after realising that he can’t get any more money out of the group, taking the RM200 and letting them go.

The woman said that her friends told her in these situations, the police officer would usually bring the person to the ATM to withdraw cash if they didn’t have any cash with them.

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