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AUNTIE TRIES TO BRING HUGE BOXES INTO MRT, KENA STOPPED BY POLICE

A middle aged Singaporean Chinese woman in her 50s created a scene at Eunos MRT today after she was stopped by MRT station officials for trying to bring 2 large boxes into the MRT premises. She flew into a rage when she was stopped, and shouted angrily at station officials in Mandarin. She argued that there were no signs prohibiting passengers from bringing in large objects.

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NETIZEN: SMELLY NS BOYS CAUSE AIR POLLUTION ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Why Singapore army boys no initiative? You know how smelly and stinking they are when they book out and taking the MRT and bus? They should just take taxi, grab or uber together among themselves! That pungent smell of theirs is making people sick and nauseated in the trains and buses, imagine on a Friday evening where the train is filled with them?

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TAI SENG MRT STATION TO FINALLY GET AN UNDERGROUND LINKWAY

Finally! The Tai Seng MRT Station will finally have its own underpass linking the station to the other part of the road. The underground station, which is not built by the LTA but by private company Mapletree, is scheduled to be ready in the second half of the year.

Currently, the Tai Seng Station is the only station on that particular stretch of the Circle Line that does not have an underground link to the other side of the road. Commuters are forced to cross at a signalised junction or climb an overhead pedestrian bridge if they want to get to the other side.

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TRAIN FILLED UP WITH SMOKE AT RAFFLES PLACE STATION

News reports have emerged that Raffles Place MRT station was hit by a freon gas leak on Monday night, and this leak caused a train to be filled with "smoke". This happened at about 8:45pm on Monday.

Luckily the gas was non-toxic and non-flammable, but witnesses said the train was very hot when the leak occurred, and naturally, passengers started to panic. Imagine being in a train, when it suddenly filled up with smoke and you started to feel hot. And being on a train, you had nowhere to run.

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MRT COMMUTER REFUSES TO GIVE UP RESERVED SEAT TO MAN CARRYING BABY, IS HE OBLIGED TO DO SO?

An ASS reader sent in a complaint after witnessing a man refusing to give up his reserved seating even though there was a more needy person nearby. Despite the efforts of the ASS reader to get the man to give up the seat, he was flatly rejected. Is the man seated on the reserved seating obligated to give up his seat to the man carrying the baby? As a paying customer are we legally obliged to do it?

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NEW EXTENSION OF DOWNTOWN LINE TO BE RIGOROUSLY TESTED BEFORE OPENING, BREAKDOWNS UNACCEPTABLE

With this extensive testing, and with the line expected to fully open by the end of the year, let's hope this line does not suffer the same amount of breakdown as its predecessors on the other lines.

For a new MRT line, it does not make sense for it to suffer breakdowns so soon after the opening. If it does, then it hints at a poorly planned and built system, and authorities will be hard pressed to explain this off as an old line that needs repairs after years of use. This is a brand new MRT line, breakdowns should not be an issue.

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