Thu, 27 Oct 2011 08:50:58 GMT | By Caleb Yeoh, MSN News
Malaysia's 5 most gruesome murders

3. The Canny Ong murder

3. The Canny Ong murder (© Stock Xchng)
  • 5. The Altantuya Shaariibuu murder (© AP File Photos)
  • 4. The Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya murder (© AP File Photo)
  • 3. The Canny Ong murder (© Stock Xchng)
  • 2. The Nurin Jazlin murder (© Stock Xchng)
  • 1. The Mona Fandey incident (© Stock Xchng)
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A trip to the Bangsar Shopping Complex ended in the worst possible way

When: Canny was murdered on June 14th, 2003, in her Proton Tiara.

What went down: Canny was abducted at knife-point from the shopping complex's parking lot. Subsequently, she was raped, stabbed, strangled then dumped into a manhole. Her assailant, Ahmad Najib Aris, returned a day later to set her corpse on fire. Her murderer has been sentenced to hang at the gallows.

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