Mischief

MAN SWOPPED TAG OF HUNDREDS OF LUGGAGE, FOR NO REASON

He was believed to have started his acts of mischief on November 8 last year, when he swopped the baggage tag of a Penang-bound piece of luggage with another bag. The baggage tag had a serial number indicating that the Penang-bound bag was supposed to be transported on a Singapore Airlines flight. It was not made known Tay's motive for carrying out the acts.

Tay is believed to have subsequently swopped around baggage tags almost every day for three months until this February. These bags were heading to places such as Hong Kong, Manila, London and Perth. Besides Singapore Airlines, they were also supposed to be transported on carriers such as Silkair and Lufthansa.

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MAN CHARGED IN COURT FOR STICKING TOOTHPICKS ON BUS SEATS

The man who allegedly stuck toothpicks into the bus seat with the sharp end pointing outwards was charged in court today with four counts of mischief, causing over $1,300 in damage. He is said to have committed the offences four times between July and August, on board SBS Transit bus service number 123M as it was travelling along Lower Delta Road.

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PARKOUR ENTHUSIAST REMORSEFUL AFTER SCALING MALL'S GLASS ROOF, POLICE INVESTIGATING

Parkour practitioner Koh Chen Pin aka Denester has apologised for recklessly climbing the glass roof of Simei's Eastpoint mall. He has removed the video of him and other parkour enthusiasts performing stunts on top of the roof but someone has nevertheless lodged a police report against him. The police are investigating.

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FORTY RESIDENTS EVACUATED AFTER FIRE STARTED BY MISCHIEF IN JURONG EAST HDB BLOCK

Police are currently investigating a fire that happened at a block of HDB flats in Jurong East. It was reported that the fire was apparently started by someone setting fire to a flat, which resulted in 40 residents of the block having to evacuate.

An elderly woman, 75 years old, was taken to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital hospital with a minor injury, police reported. The fire was set at Block 257 Jurong East Street 24, and the Singapore Civil Defence Force was alerted at around 1.33pm. The unit that the fire first started in was empty when SCDF arrived to put out the fire.

Police are still investigating the cause of the fire, but it was understood that no arrests had been made yet.

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