Dear A.S.S. Editor

About 20 travelers coming home to Singapore from Malaysia were left stranded at the Malaysia customs after they alleged the tour bus they were on disappeared with their bags and belongings left on the bus. The bus driver had unloaded their luggage and suitcases and left them behind at the Malaysian customs, but took away with belongings left on the seats of the bus.

The group were returning from KL via the Second Link when the incident happened on Wednesday midnight. They had passed through the customs checks in JB, but their tour bus was nowhere to be seen. Amongst items lost were passports and personal identification details, credit cards, as well as laptops and thousands of dollars worth of belongings.

Police reports had been lodged, and the tour company, which was not named, is also investigating the matter. The company had sent another bus to pick up the stranded Singaporeans, but some of them were unable to board the replacement bus, as they were still making police reports.

Joanne Lum

A.S.S. Contributor

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