East Coast

FT Horrified After Restaurant Served Him Cockroach, Demanded Authorities To Take Action

A man and his family were horrified to find a cockroach in their food at Georges Beach Club. The FT was scarred from the experience and hope that the authorities will take action against the disgusting restaurant. He warned that he will let people from his personal and professional networks hear of this. The restaurant has not publicly apologised. What are they waiting for?

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SEARCH OPERATION FOR MISSING BOY AT EAST COAST

A search operation is ongoing right now at East Coast Beach for a missing person. According to reports, the missing person is believed to be a boy, and the SCDF had received the call for help at around 12:45pm today.

The area of the search had been cordoned off by the police, and it is also understood that three coastal police boats are involved in the search. Hopefully, the missing person can be found soon.

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EAST COAST VOTER: KEEP CALM & VOTE WORKERS PARTY!

Calling all East Coast Voters! This year we have a very important responsibility towards our fellow residents and all citizens of Singapore. Some may consider this responsibility a privilege while others may see it as a heavy burden. But no matter how you look at it, this year, we are given the opportunity to be part of this watershed elections where we can decide the fate of the PAP and the fate of all Singaporeans in our hands.

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TAXI DRIVER VICIOUSLY ATTACKED BY DRUNK ANG MOH AFTER REFUSING TO FETCH HIM

A cabby, was assaulted after refusing to take a Caucasian man at North Canal Road at 1am on Mon (Sep 22). The man allegedly reeked of alcohol, and turned violent when the cabby told him to flag another taxi. The cabby was reportedly slapped and stamped on by the 1.8m tall man, who then fled the scene. In an interview with Shin Min Daily News, the 46-year-old cabby said at that time he was tired and wanted to take a coffee and toile break before continuing to fetch more passengers.

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