AUNTIE TRIES TO BRING HUGE BOXES INTO MRT, KENA STOPPED BY POLICE

A middle aged Singaporean Chinese woman in her 50s created a scene at Eunos MRT today after she was stopped by MRT station officials for trying to bring 2 large boxes into the MRT premises.

She flew into a rage when she was stopped, and shouted angrily at station officials in Mandarin. She argued that there were no signs prohibiting passengers from bringing in large objects.

Her furious reaction brought police officers to the scene, who tried their best to calm the agitated woman down.

According to the SMRT website, there are regulations on the types and sizes of objects that can be brought onto MRT premises and trains. Only objects no larger than 90 x 60 x 30CM are allowed on board.

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