Dear A.S.S. Editor
The police have arrested two men and one woman for wrecking the Heng Long Teochew Porridge, which is located along Upper Serangoon Road, on Tuesday. All three, who have not been named, are believed to be Singapore citizens, and were drunk. A fourth person, believed to be another man, is still at large.
They were caught on CCTV cameras wrecking the stall in the wee hours of Saturday. They had got into a tussle with staff over their $28 bill for a meal, which they said were too much. A detailed breakdown of the meal was given by the stall – $7 for discounted promfret, $7 for discounted duck, $1 for pickles, $4 for shrimp, $5 for minced meat, $2 for preserved vegetable, and $2 for four bowls of noodles.
It was not known how much they were charged for having drinks that made them all drunk and unable to control their emotions and actions upon being charged $28 for 4 people eating noodles. So now, instead of paying about $7 each for their late night meal, the jokers face fines and jail terms.
Serves them right for thinking that they could wreck other people’s costly late night noodle stop.