DESPITE a hefty fee of S$450 (RM1,350) for men, a Singapore couple managed to secure enough interest to organise 10 sex parties in less than two months, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.
At least four to five women from Vietnam and Cambodia would come dressed like doctors and sailors to seduce the men.
The organisers would throw these parties at various high-rise units and participants would be told of the venue a day before the event.
It was learnt that a rendezvous was cancelled on June 30 when it was widely spread online.
However, the organisers made a comeback on July 12 with a small-scale party involving 12 men and three women.
> Chinese pop artiste Dave Wang used to have four jobs a day before he achieved stardom with his debut album One Game, One Dream in 1987, reported Kwong Wah Yit Poh.
The single father worked as a taxi driver, delivery man, waiter, painter and a stunt double to raise his daughter Xiao Chui.
Wang married at 19 but his wife left him after he completed his military training.
When he could not afford to pay the babysitter, Xiao Chui would follow him in the taxi.
They even slept under a bridge and shared a bowl of noodles, with only about T$10 (RM1.30) left in his pocket.
> China Press reported that a man and a woman from Russia were seeking funds in Armenian Street, Penang, to buy flight tickets to return to their home country.
Holding a placard that read “No money to go home, please help”, the duo could be seen sitting at one corner with their luggage and belongings.
They refused to divulge further details, merely saying they needed money to return home.
Their action drew attention from passers-by and tourists visiting the area.