Cockroach

TAKE 5 OUTLET AT JURONG POINT FOUND TO HAVE COCKROACHES AND RATS

The Take 5 outlet, which is a subsidiary of Old Chang Kee, had its fast food cafe at Jurong Point ordered shut for two weeks after it was found to have cockroach and rodent infestations. The outlet will close its store starting Wednesday 5 April.

How can this have happened in the first place? How can a food outlet, situated at a spanking mall, have cockroach and rodent infestations. While we cannot discount the fact that food outlets will have their share of pests, to have infestations is certainly unforgivable. As a food outlet, a place where people buy and eat food, we cannot have such things happening.

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TWO KOPITIAM STALLS IN JURONG POINT SUSPENDED FOR COCKROACH INFESTATION

Media reports indicated that two stalls at Kopitiam Jurong Point Shopping Mall have their licences suspended for not meeting criteria for public cleanliness. This also include failure to ensure their stalls are free from cockroaches.

NEA served the notice to the two stalls last week. The names of the two stalls were not released in the media report, apart from saying they are stalls no 10 and 18. Apart from cockroach issues, the stalls also failed to register with the relevant authorities the names of their stalls assistants.

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WOMAN FINDS COCKROACH AS EXTRA INGREDIENT IN FISH MEAL!

I was eating at a mookata restaurant called Charcoal Thai in Clementi last December with my husband. Guess what i saw! I was shocked to see a cockroach lying beside a piece of fish that I ordered!

How come in this very modern city, we can still see such unhygienic practices at a local food and beverage stall? They never see the need to be hygienic, is it? We were lucky as we have not started eating when we discovered the cockroach. It was a horrifying incident. I don't know if I would have fallen really sick if we didn't see the cockroach on time!

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BEDOK HAWKER SOLD ME HOKKIEN MEE WITH BIG COCKROACH, NOT A WORD OF SORRY

Just went to blk 136 bedok north ave 3 to eat. After eating finish the whole plate of hokkien mee i found a cockroach in it. Went to reason with her but she said when i was eating the cockroach flew in. She was giving me such a bad attitude and told me "what you want i pay you back another plate of hokkien mee lo". Never even want to apologize.

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PRATA WALA AT NEX MALL SUSPENDED BY NEA FOR REPEATED COCKROACH INFESTATION

The National Environment Agency (NEA) will be suspending the licence of foodshop (Prata Wala) at 23 Serangoon Central, #02-K05, NEX, Singapore 556083 under the Points Demerit System. The period of suspension is two weeks from 21/06/2016 to 04/07/2016. The licensee has accumulated 12 demerit points over the last 12 months and fined a total of $800 for the following offences: Failed to keep licensed premises free of cockroach infestation

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MORE COCKROACHES ENTER FLAT AFTER NEA CARRIES OUT CHUTE FOGGING

The chemical used to kill the cockroaches is obviously not strong enough - after and a few days after the fogging I would encounter the 4 - 5 cockroaches in my house (compared to the norm of 1 cockroach sighting per 4
months).

This is causing distress to me & my family! What is the use of fogging the bins and killing 'SOME' cockroaches and leaving the MAJORITY alive. Surviving cockroaches are not stupid they would travel to a safer place after the
fogging which means UP into our HDB flats.

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STOP EATING IN YOUR CARS TO AVOID A COCKROACH VILLAGE INFESTATION

I set a cockroach trap on the floor of my front passenger seat hoping to catch 1 or 2 creepy crawlies after I saw a few insects running about in my car. To my shock, when I removed the trap one month later, there was a village of cockroaches found in the trap. There were 11 to 12 media roaches and many other small little baby ones. I hope this photo will serve as a warning to all car owners to regularly check your cars for pests especially if you allow your children to eat in the car.

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