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PUTRAJAYA -- Youths who gathered at the Millions of Youth Gathering 2012 here were kept at the edge of their seats by a dare-devil act which saw a man blowing out fire from his mouth like a dragon.
The act of Muhammad Syawal Muhammad Ali Napiah, 19, kept the crowd thrilled as he continued to perform the dangerous act near the Ministry of Youth and Sports building.
"I am thankful to the Ministry of Youth and Sports for inviting me to perform the act. It is not an easy act. It is very challenging but I like challenges and the income from my performances can help my family," he told Bernama here today.
Syawal from Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur comes from a family of 11 siblings and took up the dare-devil act at the age of 15, after watching such acts on You tube.
"Through such performances, I earn between RM1,000 to RM2,300 a month. My normal place of performance is at the Lot 10 shopping complex in Bukit Bintang," he said. - Bernama