According to a news article in The Star, it seems like a library in Johor Bahru, Malaysia is facing real difficulty in getting people to return the books they have borrowed. The library currently has more than 6,400 books missing that have not been returned by about 2,000 patrons, some from as far back as 1999. Even with a campaign drive to get their patrons to return the books by waiving their overdue fines, they have managed to recover only 40 books so far. Total costs of the books not returned has been estimated to be about RM325,000 (about S$137,000). The library plans to extreme measures, if the patrons still choose not to return the books, by conducting door-to-door visits.