Malaysian police have arrested Darren Chan, the founder of Sugarbook, a “sugar daddy” dating platform.
The dating platform attracted the attention of the public and the authorities after it named 10 Malaysian public and private universities as having the most students who chose to become sugar babies and sought sugar daddies to finance their lifestyles, Free Malaysia Today news site reported.
Read more: https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/malaysian-police-arrest-founder-of-sugarbook-a-sugar-daddy-dating-platform
In other news, a 72-year old man who received his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on Tuesday morning was admitted to ICU after suffering cardiac arrest later the same day. There is no indication that the patient’s cardiac arrest is connected to the vaccine.
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