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M’sian bomoh photobombs presidential selfie, proves critics wrong, impresses CIA

M’sian bomoh photobombs presidential selfie, proves critics wrong, impresses CIA

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He proves his special powers.

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The Malaysian bomoh, who tried to locate the missing MH370 plane in early March in Kuala Lumpur, but to no avail, has made a surprise visit.

While many in Malaysia and around the world doubted his abilities last month in using his psychic powers to conjure magic, the bomoh pulled a rabbit out of the hat during President Obama’s visit to Malaysia yesterday.

He photobombed a selfie between President Obama and Malaysia Premier Najib Razak, which silenced his critics once and for all and impressed the CIA.

Rainwater in S’pore the past two days tasted like coconut juice

Rainwater in S’pore the past two days tasted like coconut juice

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Singaporeans say they have an inkling why that might be so.

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Singaporeans are rejoicing as torrential downpour the last two days washed away a month-long dry spell.

However, locals have noticed that the rainwater tasted disconcertingly like coconut juice.

One local, Mak Cik, said: “I used the water from the tap to cook rice and when the rice is cook, the taste quite lemak sia.”

“And then I use the water to boil soup, and then got a bit of the curry and tom yam sensation.”

Not that they don’t have an inkling why coconut juice might have fallen on Singapore.

Bomohs in Kuala Lumpur, who were casting spells to located the missing MH370 plance, have since been credited for bringing the rain to Singapore by accident.

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KL bomohs bring rain to S’pore

KL bomohs bring rain to S’pore

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Ritual turned out to be a rain dance.

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Singapore was sprinkled with showers across the island on Saturday after more than a month-long dry spell.

This after bomohs in the Kuala Lumpur airport performed a ritual a few days ago, which they believed will help locate the missing MH370 Malaysia Airlines flight that vanished more than a week ago.

However, as typical Malaysians, the bomohs got their rituals wrong.

A Singaporean tang kee, Zho Gong Tao, said: “The bomohs in KL airport used the wrong spell. Instead of locating a lost aircraft, they asked for rain to be brought to Singapore.”

“And as the bomohs performed the ritual several times, which are all, in fact, utilising the wrong spell, they have essentially asked for rain to be brought to Singapore over the next few days.”