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DRUG MULE MISSED HIS FLIGHT OUT OF SG, BROKE DOWN AND CONFESSED TO CARRYING DRUGS

A 42 year old Indonesian drug mule swallowed 29 pellets of methamphetamine, inserted 10 pellets into his rectum and hid 4 pellets in his shorts and shoes.

He had taken a flight from China to Singapore, intending to transit to Indonesia on the same day. But at Changi Airport, fate conspired against him as Adri Anton Kalangie missed his connecting SIA flight and ended up having to spend two days in the transit hall at T2.

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CHINESE DEITIES TAKE BUSINESS CLASS FLIGHT FROM CHINA TO M'SIA

Statues of Chinese deities actually took business class flights with other passengers from China to Kuala Lumpur. Their tickets were "sponsored" by organisers as part of a Mazu goddess cultural exchange programme. The deities will even make a stop at Singapore before going back to China again.

Way to feel safe on a flight! #DeitiesCantFly #SafeTravels

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CHINA FT DIED FROM 90% BURNS IN TUAS FIRE

MWC also confirmed that the man's family had managed to see him for the last time, having arrived in Singapore on Wednesday night. The family members were with him when he passed away. The other worker, a 27 year old man from Shandong, suffered 66% burns to his body. He is still in a critical condition in the hospital.

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TWO CHINESE FT SUFFERED BURNS IN FIRE AT TUAS, IN CRITICAL CONDITION

Two foreign workers are in critical condition in hospital after they were caught in a fire at their workplace in a factory in Tuas on Saturday. One of them, a 27 year old man from Shandong suffered a 66% burn on his body, while another, a a 39 year old from Jiangsu suffered 90% burns.

Both are currently in the ICU at Singapore General Hospital. Reports stated that both are in a very critical condition, and doctors and nurses at SGH are trying their best to save the men's lives. The fire at 29 Tuas Avenue 10 started at about 4:00 pm on Saturday, and was only put out at about 5:10pm. SCDF said that the fire involved plastics and used metals.

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