23 Jun '16, 8am

Man's head nearly severed over durian misunderstanding

KOTA KINABALU: A man’s response of “kenapa” (why) to a question “siapa” (who) resulted in his death with his head nearly severed at a plantation in Sabah’s eastern Tawau district. The Indonesian man, known only as “Omar” was killed instantly by a stroke of a parang when a 39-year-old foreigner thought the victim was planning to steal durians at Ladang Sawit Andrassy in Kampung Ranggu at about 10pm, Wednesday. Tawau police chief Asst Comm Fadil Marsus said Thursday that initial investigations showed that the victim, believed to in his thirties, was walking through the compound of the suspect who was alerted by the dogs barking. As he came out of his house in the darkness, the suspect asked “siapa” and the victim just replied “kenapa.” Suspecting that it was an intruder in his compound to steal durians, the man picked up his parang and chopped his neck, nearly severing the v...

Full article: http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/06/23/sabah-du...

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