Crime Scene?

It was just another ordinary day for us today. We were strolling at a mall in town, admiring the many bonsai around as they were having a plant exhibition at the moment. 

The above bonsai grabbed my attention. My mother has that plant at home but hers is planted on the ground and shaped to be a big cute ball. So I took a picture of that and sent to my Mom via Whatsapp. 

I continued sending several more pictures of the many bonsai I see here. 

This one in particular costs a whopping RM5K! I told my Mom how fortunate some people to be able to spend that amount of money on a plant. 

I still prefer to see miniature bonsai rather than super huge ones. 

I also sent the picture below to my mother to show her the hanging plants. 

Only after I sent to her the above pic did I realize there was a pair of feet under the table! 8-O It looks so creepy and scary!

I immediately posted that picture on FB. A friend of mine told me to go check out further which I did. 

The feet is no longer there. This is 10 minutes after I took the picture with the feet. 

No, they did not disposed off the ‘dead body’ within that 10 minutes. It may look like someone died down there but in reality, one of the workers was napping. I saw him getting out when I went back there to check. So yeah, no crime scene whatsoever. Just a sleepy head dozing off during work hours :lol:

You should read the comments I got on FB. My friends even suggested for me to take a feather to tickle that feet! What kind of friends… LoL! 

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    Some illegal immigrant worker, “ular”-ing! It’s a wonder he can get to sleep on the concrete floor, so hot under the covered table and all.

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    Lol! I saw that comment. I felt scared too if I were you.

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    oh, lucky is just some workers sleeping under the table.

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    What a funny post indeed of the feet lurking out… I am actually following a FB closed group from US which share all the worst morbid and gory photos of everything under the sun.

    I remembered my parents had a huge bougainvilla plant on the ground and one fella from a plant nursery offered a sum to buy it. We knew he wanted to prune it to make a potted bonsai and probably sell it for over RM5000. My parents declined.

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    Definitely not a good place to take a nap under the table with table cloths covering it, too stuffy lah wei~

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