Paul Tambyah, Chairman of Singapore Democratic Party, has voiced out against the recent action against artist Seelan Palay. He thinks Singaporeans should be entitled to freedom of speech as it is only then will we progress as a nation.
20 year-old Stephen Albert took a taxi and was so drunk, he went to sleep in a taxi driver's car. When the taxi driver called the police to help him wake him up, he turned violent and spat at and racially abused a police officer who arrested him!
A 44 year old woman who lives in Yishun was arrested for being involved in an altercation with her neighbour. One of them blamed the other for sending her disgusting messages, continuously slamming the door and throwing rubbish in front of her gate. Yishun again? Seriously?
The driver who plunged his car into the water at Sentosa has been remanded at the Institute of Mental Health. He was arrested for his rash act and criminal trespass. Eyewitnesses said he cursed at people to die and that a mermaid had asked him to do so.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a statement regarding the 2 Singaporeans jailed for crossdressing in Abu Dhabi. MFA officials met with them on 4 occasions to ensure their well-being and will be giving them consular assistance. It also reminded Singaporeans to respect local laws when they are overseas.
A 20 year old man was arrested for outrage of modesty after 2 women lodged molest reports against him. They were said to be molested along Circuit Rd and Balam Rd last week. He will be charged in Court and may face 2 years' jail term and/or caning.
The e-biker who knocked down a 78 year old man who later died from head injuries had been arrested. Earlier, the Singapore Police Force released his photos to the public to appeal for more information on the culprit who fled after committing the rash act. The hit-and-run happened at Jalan Bukit Merah.
Our reader noticed an increasing number of men who takes upskirt videos or post perverted content online. Why are they becoming more perverted nowadays? Is jailing them enough to deter them from similar future acts?