VIVOCITY KOPITIAM SOLD CURRY WITH PIECES OF INEDIBLE WOOD SOAKED INSIDE

Dear Editors,

On Sunday night (27 November 2016), I bought a $7.50 box of curry from a stall at Vivocity’s KOPITIAM food court. When eating it, I found a huge foreign object in my curry that could not be eaten!

After I washed the extra ingredient, it turns out to be a hard piece of wood. As I packet the food, I could not complain to the stall holder. Disgusting!

Shannon

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