Tag Archives: Indecent

S’PORE GIRL CATCH PERVERT OLD MAN MASTURBATING ON PUBLIC BUS, BRAVELY TELLS HIM OFF

Twitter user shy chan‏ @hvrchn posted her encounter with a perverted old man while taking the public bus in Singapore. Chan alleged that she caught the old man staring at her legs and later realised he was masturbating on the bus in broad daylight. Feeling utterly disgusted with his actions, she claimed that she confronted him when they got off at the same place and told him to keep his d*ck in his pants.

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WOMAN IN SKIMPY DRESS WALKING ALONG DIMLY LIT CANAL, PLS BE CAREFUL OF PERVERTS

This woman was spotted walking alone along a dimly-lit canal and road in northern Singapore wearing very a skimpy dress. When my friend called out to her to try to tell her about dressing decently, she turned to glance at us before hurrying away. But we followed her for a while in an attempt to advise her about modesty. We would like to remind her (and other girls) through this article submission to remember that there are many perverts looking for prey at night and we are worried about her safety wearing such a provocative dress.

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MALAYSIAN AUTHORITIES APOLOGIZE FOR FORCING WOMAN TO WEAR SARONG

The Malaysian Road Transport Department (JHJ) has issued a public apology after opposition parliamentarians questioned the need to make the middle-aged woman wear a "sarong" around her skirt in order to receive service at its department. Some parliamentarians asked if this incident meant that Malaysia would soon become a fundamentalist Muslim country. The woman, Ms Suzanna G L Tan, had posted on social media to complain about her treatment at the JHJ, and attached pictures of herself dressed normally and with the sarong draped around her waist.

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MALAYSIAN COMPLAINS SHE WAS MADE TO WEAR SARONG TO COVER UP “INDECENT” DRESS

Facebook user Suzanne G L Tan posted a picture on Facebook yesterday and criticized the Road Transport Department of Malaysia (JPJ) of forcing her to wear a sarong in their premises because staff felt that she was indecently dressed. Putting up pictures of her attire during her visit, she wrote that she was offended because her attire was not considered "indecent". The staff told her that unless she wore the sarong, she would not be served.

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