Tag Archives: Death

HOUGANG BENG CHOPPED TO DEATH FOR CHALLENGING COFFEE SHOP UNCLE TO FIGHT

A 37 year-old tattooed male, Mr Ang Kim Kiat, was killed this morning after challenging a neighborhood coffee stall worker to a fight. The incident, which took place at a coffee shop under Block 23, Hougang Avenue 3, started when the younger tattooed man became irritated with a coffee stall uncle. He shouted at the elderly man and accused him of staring at him.

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HELP FOR 3 KIDS WHO LOST THEIR FATHER TO KIDNEY FAILURE

We are a group of Singaporean teenagers from various schools and backgrounds, who have gathered together with a desire to bring hope to the less fortunate children out there. We've come to understand that existing within the same geographical domains as us are children who are growing up but struggling with persisting financial issues, hindering them from discovering their full potential or living to the best of their childhood. We thus hope that with your help, we can provide these children with a breathing space, in the midst of drowning amongst the heavy load of problems.

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CAT LOVER: I WILL KILL ALL WILD DOGS TO SAVE MY NEIGHBOURHOOD CATS FROM HARM

10 dogs mauled him to death. Place of incident: block 275 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 2. Please I beg all the dog rescue groups, please take the dogs away so they won't kill our community cats. If no action is taken, I WILL call pest control. I have no other option but to put the dogs down. I shall accept that karma for killing the dogs in order to save the neighbourhood cats.

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ELDERLY MAN KNOCKED DOWN BY BUS AT MARINE PARADE DIED IN HOSPITAL

An 87 year-old man, who was mowed down by SBS Bus 196 while cycling at a traffic junction near Tao Nan Primary School in Marine Parade, has reportedly died of his injuries in hospital shortly after the accident. The incident took place at the junction of Marine Crescent and Marine Parade Road on Sunday morning. After the impact of the crash, the elderly man's lower body was pinned underneath the front of the bus (as shown in pictures).

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