KUALA LUMPUR: Pretty female police officer Irene Y LM is in the limelight again after she told off a man who had lost his iPhone.
Irene had apparently found his iPhone and was waiting for the owner to call back.
"I'm sorry, I don't have time. I'm working. I need you to come and get it,” she told the man when he called.
Instead of being grateful, the man accused her of stealing his iPhone.
He also demanded that she send the iPhone to him and he threatened to file a police report and also boasted that he’s tracking the phone using the 'Find My iPhone’ feature.
Find My iPhone is an app and service provided by Apple Inc. that allows remote location-tracking of iOS devices and Mac computers.
Unperturbed, Irene responded: "Okay, I will continue with work then. Goodbye.”
She also wrote on her Facebook: "You can slowly find your phone in the garbage bin, I didn’t turn off the phone and the phone has 83 per cent battery left. Good luck!”
Unsurprisingly, netizens sideed with her and urged the beautiful law enforcer not to give in to the threat.
They also praised her as having both brains and good looks for the manner in which she responded to the man.
Her posting was shared 2,727 times with 42,000 likes as of this writing.
A Facebook user Raymond Teoh cheekily suggested that she should put the iPhone inside the police car and let the owner try to find it.
Others said they would not mind dropping their phone if Irene is the one to find it.
Originally from Sibu, Irene is currently posted in Kuala Lumpur. She has been receiving much attention on social media for her good looks.
Her admirers are charmed not only by her beauty but also her positive outlook in life.
She would encourage her followers to live better lives by uploading selfies and other pictures of herself with motivational captions.
In one particular post, she wrote: “Sometimes, it takes more courage to walk away than it does stay and fight.”