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NETIZENS WANT TO START OFFICIAL FAN CLUB FOR DAVID ONG

One of the key person trying to start the fan club Lau Chu Nan said, "You look at David Ong this type of pattern. So toot looking and the spectacles so orbit type. Not say he very fit, also got a bit bui bui. Can get Wendy this type of chio bu." Lau Chu Nan was full of praise for his idol, "When I look at him, I feel so inspired, I feel I got chance, so old liao still can find this type of action."

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BUKIT BATOK MASSAGE PARLOUR OFFERS ‘SPECIAL SERVICES’ TO REGULAR CUSTOMERS

A 24-hour massage parlour and spa has been found to be a front for sex activities and sensual pleasures. The parlour, which is operated by 5 or 6 young PRC female masseuses and opened up about 6 months ago, was only supposed to provide foot and body massages, but nearby shop assistants and residents observed that its clientele consists of a steady stream of men who patronise the shop at all hours of the day. To investigate further, a reporter pretended to be a customer and visited the shop. He found out that besides the massages advertised, 3 other "special services" are also provided, with one of the services reserved for regulars only. When probed further, a masseuse was reluctant to reveal further and only said "I will show you next time."

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CHAOS IN BUKIT BATOK AS POWER OUTAGE AFFECTS HOMES, TRAFFIC & SCHOOLS

23 blocks in Bukit Batok were affected for about 2 hours during morning rush hour after a power outage took down electricity for homes, schools and even traffic lights in the area near Bukit Batok West Avenue 8. According to eye witnesses, chaos ensued as working adults and students alike had to cope with their daily routine without any form of power.

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NEIGHBORS YELL, SLAM DOORS, MAKE OBSCENE MOANING NOISES AT NIGHT

The residents staying at block 533 at Bukit Batok Street 51 have not had a restful night for years, ever since an inconsiderate couple moved in 9 months ago. Besides waking the neighbors at night with their constant quarrels, which sometimes involve slamming doors, and the loud sounds of furniture being dragged or thrown, the couple have also been heard having sex at unusually loud volumes.

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INFAMOUS BUKIT BATOK RAT HILL BEING CLEARED BY HDB

A significant amount of vegetation that once grew on the hill beside Bukit Batok MRT station has been cleared, about three months after it made headlines for being infested with hundred of rats. The hill had been declared "rat-free" in early January.

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BIG FAT RATS CONTINUE TO RUN FREE IN BUKIT BATOK ESTATE

The residents of one Bukit Batok Avenue 8 estate hope to win the battle against their nocturnal adversaries. But the dozens of rats, which have invaded the estate, are difficult to catch. Traps have been set and fences leading ground-floor flats have been added to rear gates with the intention to prevent the rats from entering homes. But when The New Paper visited the estate, some residents said that their traps were empty and the rats could still be seen scampering from to sides of buildings to open rubbish chutes.

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SINGAPORE IS INFESTED WITH RATS?

There are at least 5 rat holes along the bushes near Buangkok MRT station. According to residents, they have spotted rats scurrying around the area in recent months. One 16 year old resident Miss Yang was horrified to discover that a rat was hiding in a corner in an elevator that she was taking. She had to frantically hit...

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BUKIT BATOK DECLARED RAT-FREE BUT AT WHAT COST TO TAXPAYERS?

The nightmare is over for Bukit Batok residents with pest controllers declaring the area rat free after killing more than 300 rats over two weeks. However the question that has yet to be answered is exactly how much has the authorities paid to engage the services of Star Pest Control? For such a long drawn operation with 30 pest controllers combing the hill with climbing equipment, it sure will not be cheap. Afterall, Singaporeans have the right to know the price taxpayers are paying for your incompetence in tackling the rat problem in the first place.

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