Tag Archives: JB

ARE SINGAPOREANS ACTING YAYA PAPAYA WHEN SHOPPING IN JB?

I am a frequent shopper in JB and I saw this writing inside female toilet in JB City Square today. Now ringgit very cheap, many Singaporeans go Johor shop and eat. Most are ok, but some are haolian and yaya, giving others a bad name. I even overheard Singaporeans saying in restaurant just anyhow order, never eat finish also never mind because now S$1 can change RM3.

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S’POREANS BEWARE OF THIS CHEATING JB MONEY CHANGER AT PASAR LARKIN

No kidding! This Bitch tried to cheat me of RM60. I changed SGD$130 at rate of 3.03. Was supposed to get RM393.90. However, this B**** gave me the cash in a messy manner and put the receipt in between the cash hoping I would ignore the messiness. When she saw me counting the money, she immediately prepared RM60 and passed it to me. Incident occurred at Pasar Larkin Johor Bahru. Please do not be a victim of this money changer.

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M’SIAN GOVT SOLVES CAUSEWAY JAM WITH ONE STROKE OF THE PEN

At one stroke of the pen, the Malaysian government has managed to reduce dramatically the perennial traffic congestion on the Causeway, the blight of cross-border travelers for the last 40 odd years. This is miraculous indeed. The icing on the cake is that even with a spectacular fall in traffic volume, the Malaysian government is still raking in more revenue.

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Beware: Con Man at JB Petrol Kiosk Use Fake SG NRIC

CONMAN ALERT IN JB PETROL STATION !!! PLEASE SHARE WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS !!! This guy always at JB Petrol station. He will be telling you his is Singaporean lost passport and need you back to Singapore to inform his daughter to bring his birth-certificate to JB for him to go KL to make another passport to back to Singapore.

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JOHOR POLICE CHIEF: JB IS VERY SAFE AND S’POREANS ARE NOT BEING TARGETED FOR CRIME

Apparently, Singaporeans' concerns about JB being unsafe are misguided, according to the Johor Police Chief who said that the state is "safe beyond doubt". Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff declared that the police are in full control of the situation despite widespread belief that Johor is dangerous. He pointed to recently released statistics on crime rates in Johor saying that the number of crimes has decreased by about 10% since 2012. The rate of crime has also steadily been decreasing since 2008 with a total 36% fewer reported cases.

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