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Falling HDB Toilet Concrete Ceiling Injures Boy

Falling HDB Toilet Concrete Ceiling Injures Boy

A netizen shared three photos showing how her Housing Development Board (HDB) toilet concrete ceiling had fallen down. According to her post, the mother and son were happily playing water in the toilet. This was when the slab of concrete fell onto her son's back. Based on the photo, her son sustained a cut on his back.

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EMERGENCY WORKERS BLOCKED BY NEIGHBOR'S STUFF ALONG HDB CORRIDOR

An emergency worker has submitted this image of a mountain of stuff blocking the path of ambulance staff rushing to attend to a patient. According to the emergency worker, this happened at Tampines Street 45. The team was rushing to pick up the passenger but were obstructed by the mess at the corridor.

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MAN BLAMES HDB NEGLIGENCE FOR PAINFUL TOE INJURY

My left foot hit into something and felt a sharp terrible pain on my left toes and i almost tripped and fell to the ground!! I squatted down holding dearly to my toes and looked back and saw what causes the pain, it was the grease trap covers which were damaged sometime around December 2016 (informed by my neighbor that HDB Hub staff were called up to do the repair work after he managed to lodged a feedback on the damaged cover), most of those covers were either sometime or curved!!

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COUPLE HAVING SEX @ HDB STAIRCASE INTERRUPTED BY KAYPO AUNTIE

According to a viral video on vidsee (link removed), a Singaporean resident of a HDB flat got a shock when she saw a young couple passionately making it out at the staircase of her block. She used her handphone to video the incident. Indeed the couple was so obsessed that they continued what they were doing, even when the lady asked them "What are you doing?"

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SG HOMES RANKED "SERIOUSLY UNAFFORDABLE" BY WORLD SURVEY

In 2016, Singapore homes prices were 4.8 times the median annual pretax household income, a slight improvement from the 5.1 times recorded in 2013, but still among the world's most "seriously unaffordable" household prices according to the 13th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey.

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