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Man Becomes Singapore's Online Villain After Being Caught Throwing Used Diaper On Car

Man Becomes Singapore's Online Villain After Being Caught Throwing Used Diaper On Car

In the video, a woman who was already inside the car was seen passing the dirty diaper to the man, who was standing outside the car. Instead of looking for a rubbish bin like most normal people would do, this guy just decided to fling the diaper on to the car parked behind his, with a look of utter disdain. The man even took another look at his handywork, and in his triumphant moment, probably failed to realise that the camera was filming his very vile act.

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Singaporean Finds Mould on Her New Brand New HDB Flat Before Even Moving In

Singaporean Finds Mould on Her New Brand New HDB Flat Before Even Moving In

Unfortunately for this Singaporean woman, her dreams of moving into a beautiful new flat was dashed. She has found some spotty mould on her HDB walls barely a month after getting her keys to her new flat. It was reported that the flat was somewhere in Tampines.

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MAN JAILED FOR THREATENING MUM TO BURN HOUSE DOWN

He had demanded money from his mother on that particular day, but she only had $40 and gave him that. He had demanded more, but became angry as she did not have money. He left the house, but returned later in the afternoon. He then flared up after his mother told him his girlfriend had looked for him. He threatened to burn the house down. He went to the kitchen and cut the hose of the LPG gas cylinder which supplied gas to the kitchen stove.

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TOWN COUNCIL PLACED PORTABLE TOILET OUTSIDE MY KITCHEN, SO INCONSIDERATE!

A netizen complained to her Town Council about the inappropriate placement of a portable toilet right outside her kitchen window. The TC did not take action although it promised to do so. She claims it is trying to cause a neighbour dispute by moving it from one house to another whenever they get a complain.

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FATHER DANGEROUSLY LOCKS BABY BOY IN CAR, SCDF CALLED TO THE RESCUE

A 5-month old baby boy was left in the car for almost 20 minutes and had to be rescued by the Singapore Civil Defence Force. A neighbour's video showed the SCDF examining the car before the baby's father came to unlock the door and pull him out. It was uncertain why the father simply left his baby there for so long.

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BADLY TRANSLATED NOTICE AT TAMPINES NOT AUTHORISED BY TOWN COUNCIL, LIKELY A RESIDENT'S COMPLAINT

MP for Tampines GRC Baey Yam Keng has responded to a badly ill-translated notice at one of his estate's HDB blocks. Turns out the notice was not authorised by the Town Council - someone had likely put it there in his/her own capacity.

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