Tag Archives: Pasir Ris

APPEAL FOR WITNESSES: IRRESPONSIBLE DRIVER HIT & RUN AT ELIAS ROAD CARPARK!

We brought our kids to see a doctor at Elias Mall and parked our car at the multi-storey carpark of Blk 624A, Elias Road on Deck 1, Lot 14 between 10am-12.30pm today on 18 July, Saturday. We came back to the car only to realise that someone has done a 'hit & run' on our vehicle. We do not have any in-car camera to record this incident and we realized that the remaining cars parked opposite us did not have any in-car camera installed also when we wanted to see if we could approach any of them to check if their camera could have recorded down this incident. The carpark does not come equipped with CCTV too to our dismay.

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DRIPPING WET PRC COUPLE GOES SHOPPING AFTER SWIMMING, LEAVING PUDDLES EVERYWHERE

This PRC couple had just finished their swim at a recreational pool in Downtown East when they decided to go shopping at the nearby Downtown East shopping arcade. The only problem? They decided to do their shopping in their dripping wet swim wear, leaving poor shop tenants the task of cleaning up puddles of water left all over the floor. Photos of the couple have gone viral online, with netizens up in arms over the PRC couple's inconsiderate behavior.

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PLEASE HELP LOOK FOR MISSING BOY FROM LOYANG PRI SCH

Our son, Ezeil Adam was reported missing since last night. We have made a police report and he’s on the search by the authorities, island wide. He was last seen 5:30pm by his classmates in Pasir Ris at block 104 on the 24th of April. He was wearing his Loyang Primary School school uniform (beige top and dark blue shorts) He has a black school backpack and wears a white spectacle. Police also did a screen check on his EZ Link card and his last tap location was Seletar Camp.

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Pasir Ris Red House… A Legend No More

The private residence at 191 Jalan Loyang Besar was once a favourite haunt for thrill-seeking youngsters in their supernatural-hunting activities. Nicknamed the Pasir Ris Red House (or Loyang Red House), the building had been nominated by the local paranormal groups since the nineties as one of the three most haunted “coloured” houses in Singapore; the other two being the White House (Punggol Matilda House) and the Green House (Hillview Mansion).

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