NO SECURITY BREACH FOUND IN THE DOLL IN THE MRT TRACKS, BUT THEY DON’T KNOW HOW IT GOT THERE

Dear A.S.S. Editor

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said in Parliament that the authorities have investigated the case of a doll placed on the ledge of the MRT tracks at Dhoby Ghaut station, and found no evidence of a security breach.

However, they cannot tell exactly what happened, even after reviewing closed-circuit television footage and physically checking on the possible track access points. The Minister said that one possible explanation is that the doll was accidentally dropped by a commuter through the platform gap, and then picked up and placed on the tunnel wall by a worker. He also added that objects being dropped through the platform gaps “are not common, but not uncommon either”, though there have been no identical cases of doll sightings.

So, no security breach discovered, but even with all the CCTVs around, they actually don’t know how the doll got there. Well done, then.

Pam L

A.S.S. Contributor

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