It was great news to received that the Singapore Police arrested the middle aged couple who abused the old man at the hawker centre. However, just a few weeks back, a more serious case of public nuisance occured and the Owndays staff were utterly traumatised by a raging woman who not only abused them verbally but also pummeled them with punches.
Why were the couple the only ones who got arrested? To be fair for everybody, the older man must be arrested as well. Because the attitude of the older man was kind of like, unyielding, or aggressive, or not accepting the woman's protestations.
When will people ever learn that feeding wild animals just for their own personal gain, or thinking that the animals need to be fed, are actually doing these animals more harm than good? A nature photographer was fined yesterday for flouting the law by feeding the birds at Botanic Gardens, just to get good pictures of these birds.
The fear of humans will be eliminated if we keep doing that. The macaques are now attacking residents at Segar. The birds will lose their fear of humans, and tragic consequences may occur such as not moving away from approaching vehicles. The risk of diseases spreading should also be taken into account.
Google's office in S'pore hiring Operations Manager but only those who speak Hindi may apply. A reader sent us this discriminatory job ad put up by Google Asia Pacific Pte Ltd which seems to be targetted at foreign Indian nationals who have already flooded the IT and banking sectors here.
Photos showing the bikes being chained outside HDB units, thrown into canals, and even a case of a bike being repainted so the user can claim it as his own have emerged via social media. Thus, how are we going to benefit from such schemes? True, the bad apples may only represent a minority of the users, but as long as vandalism and abuse occurs, there is very little chance for the scheme to actually take off big time.
Sad fact is, bad apples are everywhere. They will vandalise and abuse the system, without thought for others. So, instead of social media showing the aftermath of these vandalised bikes, maybe it is time we show the face of the vandals themselves?
Today i hit a neighboring country bike. He tried to do a last min right turn from first lane right at the cross junction, the turning lane is at 3rd lane i at lane 2. i couldn't stop in time and impact at my left front side, i e-brake but still hit him at a reduced speed but he still fell and skid for a few meters.
A former PAP Mayor and MP, appointed by the PAP Govt to 3 terms as FAS president, has been arrested and is currently out on bail, presumably for his dealings as FAS president. Mainstream media cannot mention that he is a former PAP Mayor, MP and ministry-appointee.
Last night, a 64 year old woman was severely injured after her husband accidentally drove his car into her. The husband then panicked, and drove into the pillars at a HDB block located about 10m away.
The accident happened at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1. Eye witnesses reported that the woman was lying on the ground with a pool of blood around her head, with a man of around 60s kneeling on the ground next to her looking distraught.
The Singapore Police Force announced on Wednesday morning that they had arrested the 46 year old man and 39 year old woman for causing public nuisance after they used profanities on an old uncle who wanted to share their table at the hawker centre. The incident happened at Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Market Hawker Centre and caused an outpouring of concern for the old man who suffered abused at their hands.
So, the primary purpose of having an elected president was to protect “against a rogue government wanting to squander the country’s hard-earned reserves”, but now it may appear to be the other way round – to arguably, protect against a rogue President?