A few days ago my sister's house in Taman Tun got broken into at 10a.m , this crazy people does the job in the morning too. Yeah nothing could be done now, The so called Malaysian CSI team came to the house about 6 hours after the crime has been committed and the silly thing was, you have to make a police report first before the police can come to your house and investigate and the problem with that is, in the police report you have to state your losses and how could that be done unless you contaminate the crime scene aiyoooo
moving on, they eventually arrive WITHOUT a plastic bag to store in evidence that can be brought to the lab for further investigation hmmm that wasnt enough! the best thing is yet to come.... so they came, looked through some stuff but they were not wearing gloves. hmmmmm i guess i got to carried away from watching CSI on TV and I have expected something similar in Malaysia : )....
So now, you can't turn back time but what can you learn from it??
Lesson 1 :- Inform your neighbors that you are leaving town
Lesson 2 :- You should use a timer for lights - (My sister left the porch light on without a timer so when someone passes the house in the morning they know no one is in the house because the porch light is still on)
Lesson 3 :- Lock your bin from the inside ( They entered through the bin door)
Lesson 4 :- Lock all your room doors ( They might get in eventually but at least that buys time
Lesson 5 :- Store your valuables at a secure place - give it to a family member or hide it where you wont expect them to find
The good news is that Rafa's favorite toy Mr snail being the only witness to this crime is still smiling and alive