> When I tried to wash it off, the marks didn't come easily
> as it was waterproof.
> Luckily my friends told me to get back into the car as it
> could be someone waiting for me to get out of the car.
> The very next day, I parked my car at the same parking area
> and when we returned after our shopping, my car was missing.
> I had to make a police report the stolen car and forward an
> insurance claim .
> Then we received this email yesterday:
> WARNING FROM POLICE
> THIS APPLIES TO BOTH WOMEN AND MEN
> BEWARE OF LIPSTICK PRINTS ON THE FRONT OR BACK WINDOW OF YOUR VEHICLE—NEW WAY TO DO CARJACKINGS (NOT A JOKE)'
> Heads up everyone! Please, keep this circulating.....
> You walk across the parking lot, unlock your car and get
> When you get into your car, you notice a lipstick mark on
> the front or back windscreen. Many drivers do not take this
> seriously and end up just wiping those lipstick stains off.
> This is a new syndicate making their rounds in Malaysia .
> This lipstick stain is a marking for the syndicate members
> to identify which car to be stolen or car jacked. This new
> method has been discovered already in Penang , Malacca , KL
> and JB.
> Be careful if you see the lipstick mark on your windscreen.
> This means your car has already been marked and could be
> stolen from under your very eyes , even in the car park.
> You are advised not to leave your parking ticket in the car
> in any carpark and if you discover that your car had already
> been marked by the lipstick stain, please be advised to
> install a reputable alarm system in your car to deter the
> BEWARE OF THIS NEW SCHEME THAT IS NOW BEING USED...
> If you see a lipstick stain on your window, don't just
> ignore it.
> And be thankful that you read this e-mail.
> I hope you will forward this to friends and family.
> Please keep this going and tell all your friends