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POLICE ARRESTED MAN WHO HAD AIRSOFT GUNS, WHAT WAS HE PLANNING?

A 26 year old man was arrested by the police on Monday for possession of two airsoft guns and two handgun magazines with plastic cartrigdes in the man's residence at Woodlands Drive.

No details were given on how the police found out about the man and his gun collection, or what the man had intended to do with it. Airsoft guns, which shoots pellets using compressed gas, are regulated under the Arms and Explosives Act. Anyone who owns one are properly registered with the police.

While the guns may be harmless, when used by a person, it may look like the real thing.

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WOMAN LIES TO POLICE AS COVER UP FOR MISSING DOCUMENTS

But what about the case recently where a woman who actually lied to the police about being robbed? Trying to get attention, but in a very wrong way? The woman had lodged a police report alleging that a motorcyclist had snatched her handbag containing cash and personal documents sometime past midnight on March 23, near Block 214 Bedok Central. However, police investigations reveal several inconsistencies, and police realised that she may have been lying.

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THIEVES STOLE MOTORBIKE BRAKE COMPONENTS, PUTS RIDERS LIVES AT RISK

Police have arrested two men, aged 24 and 26, for stealing motorcycle parts and putting them up for sale on Facebook. The thefts occurred in Woodlands and Marsiling housing estates between end of February and mid-March this year.

Among the things stolen were break components of large capacity motorbikes. Now, I am not a motorcycle rider, but I think you don't have to be an expert to know that if you steal any part of a break component, you are putting the rider at risk! What if he start the motorbike without realizing that his break are missing some components, and thus might not work? Aren't you putting his life at risk?

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MAN STEALS OVER 200 TINS OF MILK POWDER

A 34 year old man have been arrested by the police for his suspected involvement in a series of milk powder thefts from supermarkets all over Singapore. This all stemmed from a police report lodged on 6 March, that indicated that 24 tins of milk powder had been stolen from a supermarket along Turf Club Road.

Incredibly, when police raided the suspect's residence, a further 200 tins of milk powder were also found. Possible case of stealing the milk powders and selling it to make money? So desperate to make money to live in expensive Singapore?

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JOBLESS YOUTH SNAPS AT SG CHURCH CAMP AFTER BEING MOCKED

A jobless Singaporean youth went berserk yesterday after he was mocked by a fellow youth at a local youth church group. According to a reader who witnessed the scene, the youth had been sharing about his difficulties in finding a job. He was mid-way through his sharing when a fellow group member interrupted him and mocked at him, telling him, "Why you don't be humble and just suck it up..."

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RESIDENT STALK CONDO'S CCTV EVERYDAY TO EXPOSE PRC PROSTITUTE LIVING IN HER BLOCK

A PRC prostitute working out of a unit in a condominium was forced to leave and is now facing police investigations, all because of the efforts of a neighbor who wanted to stamp out vice activities in her condominium in Little India. According to Gloria, the PRC prostitute had moved in on 20 February, but she immediately found her activities suspicious.

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FIRE AT TUAS WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANT, STAY AWAY!

There is a major fire now happening at the Tuas Waste Management plant. Apparently, the affected plant belongs to the ECO Special Waste Management. SCDF personnel are at the scene of the fore, battling hard to put it out.

The police had also advised the public to avoid the area. The fire, which occurred early this morning, is so huge, it can be seen from afar.

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