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Another Woman Speaks Out: I Was Filmed In The Shower By A Man I Considered A Friend

Another woman voiced out about being secretly filmed in the shower by a man. She was inspired by Monica Baey's courage and thought that she should speak out to let the public know that these incidents are common. In her case, the man was let off because there was not enough evidence. Up till now, she is still traumatized by the event as the man was her good friend. Those who wish to help her may reach out to her as she is still lost, confused and afraid.

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ICA WARNS OF YET ANOTHER SCAM, THIS TIME CALLS IMPERSONATING ICA OFFICERS

The ICA have warned the public on yet another scam where concerning them. This time around, scam callers have been impersonating ICA officers, and are trying to obtain people's passport numbers. The ICA also warned that members of the public have been receiving calls from +6562148427.

ICA advised members of the public to ignore such calls. Those who receive such calls should not provide any personal information or carry out any financial transactions as instructed by the callers.

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POLICE SEEKS PUBLIC HELP IN THEFT CASE AT CORONATION PLAZA

The Police are seeking the public's help for information on the man in the picture. Police stated that they require assistance on public with any information about the man with regards to a case of theft, which occurred at Coronation Plaza on 1 August.

According to a Police Media Statement, the man was last seen wearing a black shirt, jeans and a red cap.

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ABSURD TO HAVE RESERVED PRESIDENCY BUT DENY HONG LIM PARK SPEECH DUE TO "RACIAL ISSUES"

A netizen thinks it is absurd to deny people from speaking about the upcoming PE at Hong Lim Park. "In reserving a Malay candidate for the presidential election, it is inevitable that race will be part of the subject matter should we want to openly call out on the government's policy. Hence, it can never get debated publicly by citizens due to existing regulations."

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GOVT MUST RECOVER LOST FUNDS FROM CO-OP CHEATS, DON'T JUST KEEP QUIET!

A netizen thinks the Government should speak up and account to the public how it plans to recover lost funds from the Co-op cheat case. Two employees reportedly cheated their co-op of $5.1m. "It would be most irresponsible and unprofessional of them if they simply ignore such valid concerns from members of the public or simply sweep it under the carpet!"

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