STRANGE WOMAN EYEING CHILDREN & BABIES IN WATERWAY POINT! PARENTS BEWARE!

I was out with my 8mo, my friend and her almost 2mo baby at H&M Waterway Point. My friend went on to try out some clothes while i stood aside looking after our babies, belongings and strollers.

After a while, my baby being impatient, started to fuss in her stroller and so i tried to calm/distract her.

This tanned-skin woman with tied-up curly hair stood near us and watched what’s going on. At first i thought she’s looking at some clothes behind me, but soon she striked conversation by asking how old is my baby, is a baby girl or boy, what’s my baby’s name (she tries to get my girl’s attention).

These are commonly asked questions and so i wasn’t suspicious till she asked me who’s the other baby, how old is that baby, am i alone n where’s my friend, am i staying near WWP (if not inconvenient), does my husband drives, how many people with me today etc. I ignored her and pushed 2 strollers (at the same time) away from her. Note, she was still near me waiting for my reply. I wanted to move to a spot with clear CCTV surveillance.

To my horror, she followed me and asked if i need her help and i firmly said IT’S OK, NO NEED and stood super close to our babies. She then walked away.
I shared with my friend about the ordeal and we quickly Tula (babywear) our babies and continued shopping. We then bumped into her at Cotton On. My friend and i saw that she could stand at a side randomly stares at family with child. Later, we managed to follow behind her and tried to snap photos in hope to warn others.

She could just be a crazy woman, a potential child abductor or simply a lonely person trying to befriend. But i wont know and wouldn’t want to risk.

Do stay more vigilant everyone! Watch your child(ren) closely when out and don’t reveal too much information to strangers!

Check Also

Worker’s Party MP He Ting Ru Calls Out Systemic Racism in Singapore

Sengkang MP He Ting Ru said she was dismayed that many Singaporeans are living with racism. "There is no place in our society for racism, sexism or xenophobia," she wrote.