POLICE

E-SCOOTER RIDER HAVE DEATH WISH, SEEN RIDING IN KPE TUNNEL

This mobility and e-scooter thing is just going too far and out of hand already. What possessed a man on an e-scooter to ride through the KPE Tunnel? It was reported that a person was seen riding an electric scooter along the road shoulder of a Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway tunnel early last Friday morning, based by a footage from an in-car camera.

The Police have said that they were aware of the incident, and urged anyone with information on the incident to make a police report on the case, so that appropriate actions can be taken. A 42-year-old taxi driver, who captured the incident on his in-car camera and declined to be named, said: "(It is) difficult to assess his speed as he was preparing to cut across the Upper Paya Lebar exit to continue his journey farther along the road shoulder. "I was going about 70 to 80kmh and he was slower than me."

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THREE FOREIGN WOMEN ARRESTED FOR VICE ACTIVITIES IN HDB FLAT

Police have arrested three foreign women aged between 37 and 42 for providing sexual services. It was understood that all three women are from China, and they were arrested in a raid conducted by the Police at at Jurong West Street 65 on Wednesday.

All three were on valid social visit passes, but had abused their passes by committing vice related offences. It was also believed that the vice activities were carried out at the Jurong West flat itself. The women had advertised their sexual services on various online websites, and condoms and lubricants were seized as case exhibits. One woman had just arrived in Singapore, and had not unpacked her luggage. Two large packs of condoms were found in her luggage.

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ANOTHER UPSKIRT PERVERT BLAMES STRESS AS REASON FOR TAKING VIDEO

Yet another case of an upskirt video being taken by a man, who later claimed in his trials that he was stressed at the time. A woman was browsing items at a shop on Orchard Road when he approached her from behind and captured an upskirt video of her using his mobile phone.

30-year-old Junus Tan Jun-Rong was sentenced to two weeks in jail for his crime, after he admitted to one count of insulting the modesty of his victim. On the afternoon of July 12 last year, Tan, who was a personal assistant at an investment company, put his mobile phone under his victim’s skirt a retail shop at Shaw House, and switched on the video recording mode. However, he was caught in the act by the store's employee. A second witness eventually made a police report. But while waiting for the police to arrive, Tan deleted the video from his phone. Police did not find any incriminating photo or video when they checked his phone.

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FIRST PERSON QUESTIONED BY POLICE OVER MRT PROTEST

The police have questioned at least one of the man involved in an alleged protest that took place on an MRT train. The group were protesting against the he detentions under the Internal Security Act (ISA) 30 years ago. The man, Mr Sean Francis Han, 22, is an activist and also the editor of wakeupsg.com.

Mr Han spoke to the media after the left the Police Cantonment Complex, where he was questioned today, and said he did not know if there were any charges against him or the outcome of the questioning. He was also not sure if the rest of the group that took part in the protest will be called up for questioning by the police. Police had earlier said that they were looking at the protest, where the alleged protesters were seen riding a train on the North-South Line while holding copies of the book and wearing blindfolds in a silent protest.

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EX-GIC CHIEF ECONOMIST TO SPF: WE NEED TO BE CIVIL FOR PROPER DEBATE, APOLOGY IF I WAS TOO STRIDENT

I'd like to thank the Singapore Police Force (SPF) for the detailed reply to my comments on what I perceived to be one of the major causes of the little India riots in 2013 - inadequate community policing in the community in question. This view was based on my personal macro observation that police numbers on the ground have not kept up with our population growth- particularly in the foreign worker community -due to its huge expansion over the late 1990s and 2000s. I hope the SPF does not read my comments as having any more intention than just giving my personal views on how to keep Singapore as safe as possible for all citizens

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BODY OF 26 YR OLD MAN FOUND FLOATING AT JURONG LAKE

The body of a 26 year old man was found at Jurong Lake at 8.10am this morning. The SCDF were alerted to a floating body at the lake and sent two fire engines, fire bikes and a support vehicle to the scene. The man was pronounced dead at the scene in a case of unnatural death. Police are investigating the case.

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