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MAN JAILED FOR ATTACKING ROOMMATE WHO TURNED OFF LIGHTS WHEN HE WAS MAKING MILO

An 89 year old man was sentenced to 18 months jail for causing harm to another 89 year old roommate from the same old folks home. Both of them were from the Kheng Chiu Loke Tin Kee Home at Tampines.

The accused attacked his roommate because he was unhappy at his roommate for turning off the lights while he was making milo. He had gone into the room in the middle of the night and poured boiling water on the man. He then slashed the man multiple times with a 14.5cm and 16cm knife.

The 89 year old attacker surrendered after throwing the knife away into a nearby laundry basket.

The victim suffered burns and knife wounds which required quite a few surgeries but has since recovered and is resting in the home.

We all know that Singaporeans love their milo, but this is too much la.

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MAN WHO SLAMMED CAT TO GROUND & TRIED TO BURN IT TO BE CHARGED IN COURT TMR

It was previously reported that a 25 year old man had been arrested for causing the death of a cat by slamming it to the ground.

According to a Facebook post written by a witness, the man was seen slamming a grey Siamese cat on the ground twice. He then used a lighter to burn the injured Siamese cat.

The incident happened at Block 884, Tampines Street 83.

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HELP! MY MAID IS TRYING TO COME BETWEEN ME & MY HUBBY!

My maid is always trying to stir things up at home, saying things that make me upset. I told my husband about it and he took her side saying I don't know how to teach my son and there is nothing wrong with her. He is always taking her side, shouting at me and scolding me whenever I found her with misdoings. When he did that, the maid will walk away smiling. Last year when I celebrated his birthday for him, he insisted the maid joined us else he would forgo the celebration. Even when she destroyed 2 of my husband Dior Homme shirts with iron and bleach, he just smiled and said next time don't do it again.

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GILBERT GOH: THIS IS THE FIRST EVENT WHERE WE EXPERIENCED ACTIVE POLICE INTERVENTION

When the idea to burn an effigy was botched, there was the expected resistance from the group as no one has done it before and the usual question was - is it legal? I couldn't find anything on effigy burning on the internet here and to me if there is no law against it there is this grey area that we could breach. No one in our five decades of PAP's rule has ever burn an effigy in Singapore before! Of course, burning an effigy in Singapore is a serious business especially when you can still be fined for drinking water in our modern sparkling clean trains. So we approached this with alot of caution and apprehension.

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