MILO MAN

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

A man has been keeping MILO merchandise for over 15 years in his home in Meru, Klang. Mohd Yusof Ali, who dubs himself the ‘Miloman’, began the whole obsession in memory of his late father. Yusof now owns over 1,000 MILO-related items, with some even dating back to the 1950s. All neatly organised and on display in his living room, the collection consists of mugs, clothes, pins, posters, bags, caps, envelopes, and even a whole cabinet of MILO truck models. He estimated that he owns 90% of every merchandise ever released by MILO since it came into the Malaysian market 70 years ago. He also told that the most valuable item to him in his collection is a rare and antique kopitiam MILO mug that was only produced in the 1950s. Although the items in the collection may cost him a fortune – he told that he has spent nearly RM40,000 on his hobby – he said the real worth lies in their sentimental value. photo adib rawi yahya

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