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Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Just read on a forum that this guy got sounded by a security guard for bringing a camera into the KLCC shopping mall. How ridiculous! They are hundreds of tourist that come in and out of the mall everyday and since the building is within the ‘Worlds’ tallest twin tower’, tourist tend to bring their camera along with them when they visit KLCC. How would the management be able to control these tourists?

This restriction probably came after 911 and the management are concerned with security risks to the building. Anyways, this is still quite shocking as I’ve never had any problems bringing cameras into to shopping malls even in overseas.
posted by Ivan Choe, 1:48 pm

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