Monday, June 20, 2011

What's Up, Doc?

26-year-old Mohd Noor Azam Mohd Nazri, of Taman Bunga Raya first went missing on May 3 after a red tudung-clad woman tapped him on his forehead inside a lift in Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital in Alor Setar at 6.30am.

The trainee doctor found himself at the Sungai Petani City Square shopping complex two days later.
His mobile phone and RM500 were missing.

As he was walking to the hospital car park on May 12, the same woman was believed to approach him again.
This time, he found himself at the Kuala Kedah jetty two days later.
He lost his watch and RM300.

After the young doctor went missing on two occasions after being tapped on his forehead by a mysterious young woman clad in a red tudung, he went missing for the third time.
His mother, Natrah Shaari believed that the same woman was behind it.

Dr Mohd Noor Azam turned up for work at the Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital in Kedah on that Tuesday, May 16.
But when his father, Mohd Nazri Wan Senik, came to fetch him in the evening, he was nowhere to be found.

The father tried to contact him but his calls went unanswered.

The father then went to the ward where he was normally on duty but was told that he had not turned up for work that day.

The father was very sure that when he sent him to work earlier that day, the son was fully attired as a houseman.
He had no idea that the son did not report for duty that day.

The Moscow Medical Academy graduate is on a year of housemanship at the hospital since October last year.

Mother of Noor Azam lodged a report at the Kubang Pasu police headquarters.
She was worried that something bad might have happened to him.
She claimed him as a good son.

The doctor was found 26 days later, after security guards at a supermarket in Kuantan, Pahang, caught him for failing to pay his bill.

Dr Mohd Noor Azam Mohd Nazri who went missing from his home in northern Malaysia peninsula Kedah for almost a month, claimed that he had been hypnotised by the mysterious girl in a red tudung before the incident.
He said the same girl had also been responsible for his past two disappearances.
Safe and sound: Dr Mohd Noor is glad to be home with his parents Mohd Nazri Wan Senik and Natrah Shaariat. – Bernama
 
Dr Mohd Noor remembered the girl's promise to release him on Saturday, June 11, which was the day he was to get engaged.

He was found after security guards at a supermarket in Pahang caught him for failing to pay his food he had had.

When both parents met their son at the Kuantan police station, he was wearing clothes belonging to someone else.

He was carrying a bag which was not his, too.
The doctor was carrying a bag containing, among others, a toothbrush, a comb and hair oil when he was found.

He expressed shock when told that he had been missing for almost a month.

He just heard voices instructing him and he thought he had been missing for four days only.

He arrived to to his senses only after he was stopped by the security guards at the shopping complex in Kuantan.

The 26-year-old claimed to have been approached by the girl, but had no other recollection of what happened to him.
He did not even know how he arrived in Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang.

He just heard voices of instruction.
All he could remember was a familiar voice as he heard before.

His parents were informed that the son had withdrawn money from an ATM machine in Kuantan.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

sounds like schizophrenia...can be treated. but if found to be faked, he can be sacked or demoted for being AWOL from work.

MushroomCute@Mariea said...

Nak percaya pon ada gak....tak percaya pon ada gak....

Mungkin dia sakit sebenarnya...

Ummie said...

Yes, it can be like anything we can think of.
Whatever it is, his work is at stake.
And the country really needs his service.