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Internet Praised Woman For Fighting Back After Crazy Security Guard Caused Commotion At Coffeeshop

A video of a crazy security guard shouting at people in a coffeeshop has gone viral. The man was picking a fight with people and in a fit of anger, wanted to flip the table beside him. The woman who was eating at that table has earned the praise of the internet as she fought back by trying to throw a chair and a cup of water at him. Thankfully, the police arrived after a good few minutes. It is unclear why he was so angry but as a security guard, the last thing to do is to jeopardise other people's safety.

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PASIR RIS COFFESHOP SELLS WEIRD HONG KONG MEE, HOW COME SO WET ONE?

Just want to share with you this eatery branch at Pasir Ris Blk 476A. This is the first time i visited this coffee shop. We ordered few items and one item was Hong Kong Mee. I do not know is it because i am ignorance or "moutain tortise", the past 30 years all the Hong Kong Mee i had eaten was dry but this Hong Kong Mee i got from this shop was "wet" with soup. I brought the item back to verify am i getting or ordered wrong item but they straightaway without even look at it said," Hong kong mee are like this!" I was dumbfounded, you can look at the picture, completely different.

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NETIZEN UPSET AFTER 2 YISHUN COFFEESHOPS INCREASE PRICE FOR NO GOOD REASON

It is so frustrating to see these 2 coffeeshops in Yishun raise their price for no good reason. The coffeeshops in North Spring Bizhub and A'Posh Bizhub are raising the prices of hot drinks by a minimum of 10 cents. When I asked the drinks stall why increase price, they claimed that their supplier increased their price so they increase in tandem. It is ridiculous to use the water price increase to justify such increases in beverage price

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WEIRD KOPITIAM HELPER REFUSED TO SELL ME DRINKS BUT SERVE OTHER CUSTOMERS

What a way to start the public holiday! Went to Mr Prata at Bedok Reservoir. It was about 640am. There were like a guy reading his newspaper and another table of a group of Chinese aunties. Take note all of them are having either coffee or tea. I saw this bald indian worker in the shop and politely ask him can I order prata and a cup of tea. He brushed me aside and said curtly 7 oclock. So I chose a seat and sat down. I suddenly saw this Chinese aunt signalling to him for 2 drinks and he served them.

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CASE OF THE HOUGANG BENG: WE SHOULD NOT JUDGE PEOPLE BY THEIR TATTOO

According to the news, it was mentioned that and I quote 'the younger tattooed man' at the first sentence of the news. This is one of the less-obvious problems with the media platforms in current times. Is it a necessity to include the description of the victim? Is it of any relevance to this case whether or not, he is heavily tattooed or not? The appearance of the deceased, tattooed or not, is immaterial and unnecessary. I am disgusted and equally appalled at the insensitivity and condescending attitude of the contributor of this post.

It is no secret that Asians are stereotypical towards individuals who are 'inked', often linking tattooed men to crimes, negative social behaviours and often judged and seen as a 'bane' to the society. The unnecessary inclusion of the word, 'tattooed', gives birth to a negative impression that the deceased was the aggressor and by looking at the comments and responses to this article, I felt a strong sense of disgust and sympathy. I have seen displays of insensitivity and the lack of human touch with comments claiming that the victim deserves it. Some comments even mocked at the demise of the victim.

Are these the signs of a society that is moving forward according to time? I beg to differ. I sense that our society is moving backwards. Some comments even supported directly and or indirectly at the acts of the accused, claiming that his attack on the victim was justified and the victim deserved it.

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