Teenagers Are Paying RM100 To RM200 For Invites To Drugs And Sex Parties In KL

Organisers usually advertise the parties through WeChat.

The police recently revealed that there is an ongoing syndicate offering teenagers access to drug and sex parties in Kuala Lumpur

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According to city police chief Commissioner Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim, the organisers usually promote the events held at condominiums through the mobile application, WeChat.

"This modus operandi is used because youths are not allowed into the entertainment centres, so they rent condominiums and make parties like this.

"Teenagers who want to join the party will be charged between RM100 to RM200 each," Mazlan was quoted as saying in a Bernama report yesterday, 9 July.

In one of the recent raids of such parties, a total of 68 party-goers were detained by the authorities

The police conducted separate raids at two condominiums in Jalan Ceylon and Jalan Ampang on 3 July and 6 July, detaining 15 and 53 people respectively. All of them tested positive for drugs.

Some of the party-goers detained are foreigners, and the youngest of them is a 14-year-old Indonesian girl.

Investigations by the police showed that the apartment in Jalan Ceylon was rented for RM900 a night while the one in Jalan Ampang was rented for RM1,300 a night.

According to Mazlan, the organisers often change the location of the parties in order to avoid detection by the authorities. 

It was learned that two of the syndicate's members were also arrested during the police raids

City police chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim

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"The city police are monitoring the situation and we are watching you (rave party organisers)," Mazlan said, as reported by theSun.

All the detained individuals who tested positive for drugs have been remanded for seven days to assist investigations into the case under Section 39B and Section 39A (1) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

"The syndicate supplies the drugs and alcohol to the participants who are free to have sex with anyone there.

"Those with information on these kind of parties should contact the nearest police station. I would also like to advise parents to always be aware of what their children are doing so that they do not get caught up in this sort of activity," Mazlan was quoted as saying by New Straits Times (NST).

In other news, a teenager was gang-raped after befriending two of the three perpetrators through WeChat:

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