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Chinese Man Who Scrawled Racist Words On Pillar In Geylang Gets Jail And Caning

Chinese Man Who Scrawled Racist Words On Pillar In Geylang Gets Jail And Caning

A Chinese man, who was caught scrawling graffiti on walls and pillars around the Geylang area has been sentenced to 13 months jail and 9 strokes of the cane. Among the graffiti he scrawled were also racist words like "Malay Mati" at the Geylang area, which is predominantly an area where most Malays congregate for shopping and marketing.

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Woman Cut Hand Badly While Trying Out Jewel's Canopy Park

Woman Injured Hand Trying Out Jewel's Canopy Park

The visitor of the Canopy Park, who went by the name June Neo, posted on Facebook on 15 June to share her painful experience at the Manulife Sky Nets located at the topmost level of Jewel Changi Airport. She apparently cut her hand badly at the attraction, die to the tough ropes at the Sky Net.

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4 Women Arrested For Creating Ruckus At Balestier Bak Kut Teh Shop

4 Women Arrested For Creating Ruckus At Balestier Bak Kut Teh Shop

Police have conformed that four women had been arrested after a police report were made against them fighting a group of two men and a woman at a bak kut teh in Balestier. A video of the women creating a public nuisance there have been circulating online, although no explanation as tho what made the women attack the group have been made public.

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Selegie Road Has Mysterious Massage Parlour That Only Opens Its Doors For Lone Males Who Walks Pass

Selegie Road Has Mysterious Massage Parlour That Only Opens Its Doors For Lone Males Who Walks Pass

A shop along Selegie Road looks unsuspectingly always closed for business, with its store front quiet and no one seems to be inside the shop. However, if you are a male and happen to walk pass the shop alone, the massage parlour would suddenly spring to life, with doors being opened, and a woman would come out of the shop to greet that solitary man and try to get the man to come inside.

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Large Crowd Queues For Commemorative $20 Notes, Got Enough For Everyone?

Large Crowd Queues For Commemorative $20 Notes, Got Enough For Everyone?

Singaporeans likes to join in long queues for almost anything. From Hello Kitty plush toys, A&W re-opening at Jewel, and launch of new Apple iPhones. The latest long queue that Singaporeans have been seen in is the launch of the commemorative $20 note that was released today, to mark the bicentennial celebrations for Singapore this year.

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PM Lee: PAP Still Looking For Candidates Who Will Be Yes Men, Will Be Richly Renumerated

PM Lee: PAP Still Looking For Candidates Who Will Be Yes Men, Will Be Richly Renumerated

Just before PM Lee left for his one week break, and just after pissing off the people of Vietnam and Cambodia, PM Lee spoke at the annual Business China awards ceremony held at the Marina Bay Sands on Friday, June 7. In a fireside chat, PM Lee said that the PAP was still looking for new candidates to stand for the next General Elections.

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