Malaysians enraptured by big titty ghost aka ‘hantu tetek’

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Malaysians all over Twitter are feeling both horny and terrified over a mythical ghost with enormous breasts, aka the hantu tetek.

It all began after Twitter user @Bunganberry yesterday posted sketches of the busty ghost, which look nothing like a hentai fantasy. The sketches, which were randomly posted online, looked quite terrifying. Other than a big bust, it also had long fingernails and ghoulish eyes.

But that didn’t stop Malaysians from simping over the iconic figure from Malay folklore, sometimes also known as the hantu kopek.

“I really don’t mind to be killed by hantu kopek aha ha,” @Azibsyafi wrote online.

“Now how do I summon a big titty ghost?” @DR34MST4TE asked.

https://twitter.com/bunganberry/status/1364805913647804418

The titty ghost has been described as an old woman who captures children and suffocates them with her breasts. Sometimes, she would disguise herself as an attractive young lady with a big bosom to attract males.

Although it seems like nobody has seen the ghost in real life and lived to tell the tale yet, some Malaysian parents have used the folklore as a tactic to get their children to stay home after dark.

“When we were kids, my mom would scare me during dusk and ask me to get inside the house quickly, stop playing outside, or else the hantu tetek would get me,” Perak-based media executive Puteri Nuraaina Balqis told Coconuts today.

The ghost has been featured once in the horror-comedy Hantu Kak Limah Balik Rumah (Kak Limah’s Ghost Goes Home) when the village shaman accidentally summoned her. In one scene, the ghost had elongated, snake-like breasts but did not try to suffocate people.

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This article, Malaysians enraptured by big titty ghost aka ‘hantu tetek’, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.

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