05 Jun '11, 1am

Shopping mall by day, party central by night: M'sia's Plaza Sentosa draws men looking for cheap drugs & booze

Shopping mall by day, party central by night: M'sia's Plaza Sentosa draws men looking for cheap drugs & booze

Family unconvinced heart attack killed him The family of the Singaporean man who died suddenly last week during a night of partying in Malaysia are still not convinced that his death was caused by a heart attack. Speaking to The Sunday Times yesterday, deceased Lah Lee Hock's son Wee Siong again questioned why there was a cut on his father's forehead. Last Tuesday, Malaysian police told The Straits Times that a post-mortem had confirmed that a heart attack killed the Singaporean. But his family believe their sole breadwinner was attacked. 'We still don't know how the cut came about,' said Wee Siong, 17, adding that neither the Malaysian nor Singaporean police have contacted the family. Mr Lah, 37, a lorry driver, had gone to Platinum Disco Lounge at Plaza Sentosa in Johor Baru with his wife, son and his son's girlfriend last Saturday night to party. He was found lying unco...

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/...

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