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Laser-culprit caught on photo during Malaysia vs Singapore match
Indonesia lost 0-3 to Malaysia in the AFF Suzuki Cup last year, which was marred by laser beam incidents being shot by Malaysian supporters to Indonesian players.
Well, here’s news for you – we did it again! Laser-man strikes again and this time he’s being captured on camera. The incident happened during a free-kick was about to be taken by the Malaysian side when Singapore goalkeeper called for referee’s attention that laser beams are being shot at his face.
As a Malaysian fan, I’m really upset to see such irresponsible action by another fan. Let’s not be seen to the world as a sore loser because WE ARE NOT! And to others, do not judge us collectively. We do not condone such action and we condemn those who did, hence this blog post to highlight that particular culprit.
Watch the video here:
PHOTO 1: And here’s the culprit. Photo courtesy of PhotoDesk.com.my.
» 29 July 2011
The above photos are courtesy of Photodesk.com.my with prior permission given to be published on my blog. However, many ‘photo experts’ out there claim that these photos are fake. Let me assure you that these photos are from a sequence of photos taken with high-speed DSLR. These are 100% genuine photos.
» 30 July 2011:
Here’s the sequence photos taken during the Malaysia vs Singapore match. This is definitely not a fake. 100% genuine! The good people from PhotoDesk.com.my sent me these screen-shot to prove that the photos are not fake.
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