I was robbed at knifepoint
by Chief Alchemist a.k.a Wiley Chin - April 20, 2007 Posted: 12:26:09 AM EDT

Last night (Weds), I was helping my wife Christina with the prep work in setting up her aesthetic clinic. Another friend was with us. At about 12am, 2 men came to the shop door and pretended they had something to deliver to us. They knocked at the locked tempered glassdoor. The shutters were half-down. The next thing I knew, they broke open the door and assaulted us. They both had knifes. They took all our personal belongings.

 

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ht said...

I was snatched sometime in Febuary somewhere at bangsar. 2 malays on bikes. I'd to stay home for a week, for the fact that both my legs were swollen and i have difficulty walking. Cuts everywhere when i fell - hand, elbow, my poor toes, knee...and i was wearing a pair of jeans. My jeans was torn and stil have blood stain on it...how cool is that. u can still see those mark today as i write. The point is i do not feel safe anymore.

26/4/2007 


Chief Alchemist a.k.a Wiley Chin said...

Hi HT, it's hard to deny that we all suffer the trauma long after the incident. I don't want to dwell on it, I just want to move on with my life. :-)

 

27/4/2007 


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