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On August 2, 2005, at 1757 local time, a Boeing 777-200, registered in Malaysia as 9M-MRG, operated by Malaysian Airline System, experienced a pitch up about one-half hour after takeoff from Perth, Australia. This event occurred as the flight was climbing through 36,000 feet and while the aircraft was on autopilot. During the pitch up the aircraft climbed to 41,000 feet and the indicated airspeed dropped from 270 knots to 158 knots. The stick shaker and the stall warning indicator activated during the event.