Tag Archives: Illegal

HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST: ANGRY S’PORE EMPLOYER TREATS MAID WITHOUT COMPASSION

Me: Your domestic worker is with us. She no longer wishes to work for you because the work is too tiring. Employer: How dare she run away! If the work is too tiring, why did she sign the contract? Me: I understand she should not have left without notice especially since your father is bed ridden. Perhaps we can talk things through to...? Employer: There is nothing to talk! You are harbouring her illegally understand?! She has run away and she is illegal ok! You better hand her over to me or the agent or I'll call the police! Me: I know you are angry. It would be good to talk things through. Care giving is not easy and it's easy to burn out...

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GEYLANG DOG MEAT SELLER THREATEN NETIZEN WHO EXPOSED HIM

According to the reader, he discovered and exposed a dog meat seller who has been hunting for dogs and cats at Tuas so that he can sell their meat to his customers at Geylang. After being exposed, the gangster decided to threaten the netizen who exposed them and blamed them for spoiling their profits this year. They even demanded 80K from the netizen or else they would deal with him.

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GERMAN FT ORGANIZED UNDERAGE SEX TOURS FOR MEN FROM SG

45 year-old Michael Frank Hartung faces 6 charges for allegedly organizing sex tours overseas involving minors and for possession of over 200 obscene films. Hartung is a Singapore permanent resident. He met 2 Singaporean men in September 2015 and promoted his "sex tours". In April 2016, he met 2 more Singapore PRs to do the same.

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COMMUNITY DOG SUFFERS LEG INJURIES AFTER GETTING CAUGHT IN ILLEGAL WILD BOAR TRAP

On 26 January, we rescued a community dog that had its leg caught in a suspected wild boar trap. These traps are not only cruel, they are illegal. Wild boars, or any animal, caught in the traps end up suffering very painful and debilitating injuries which may result in death. We are currently investigating this case of suspected illegal trapping. If you have any information on poaching activity going on in Singapore, please call the SPCA’s hotline at 6287 5355

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