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OLD UNCLE STARTS SCOLDING PEOPLE FOR NO REASON ON MRT ESCALATOR

Old Uncle (60+ yrs) dressed in short sleeves shirt & pants, carrying a laptop bag, did a 3 seconds stomping of feet just before getting on the escalator. Did not think too much as thought that he may have psychological barrier stepping on the moving escalator. (Some people do, esp kids/elderly) Because of the stomping, there was a big gap between the person in front of him, about 5 or 6 steps. Noticed that throughout the ride, he would turn his body behind and keep staring at people, as if getting ready to fight. Then something unbelievable happened. One Indian man overtook him on the right and shifted to the front of the Uncle, about 3 steps in front of him. Ample space, did not even brush/touch the Uncle. Uncle shifted to the right and walked up the steps to the Indian Uncle and scolded him saying "Hey what you did was very dangerous ok! How can you overtake me and push me aside!?", all this while jostling with the Indian man. Indian man stunned, don't know wtf happened and just try to ignore. At the end of the ride, Uncle purposely removed one of his shoes and stood still while saying "I dropped my shoes! I dropped my shoes!". People behind of him, me included, almost banged into him. Then after he wore his shoes, he acted like nothing happened and just walked normally away. People who saw this incident kept staring at him but no reaction from him, he just seemed contented.

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BUS DRIVER SCOLDED BY PASSENGERS FOR CHASING THEM OFF BURNING BUS

On Friday (16 Sep), a bus from Larkin, Malaysia caught fire en route to Yishun bus interchange. The bus was traveling along Yishun Ave 5 when the driver saw flames burning from the engine at the rear of the bus. The shocked driver stopped the bus at the nearest bus stop and shouted at the passengers to alight.

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PA VOLUNTEERS AT MPS SCOLDED NEEDY RESIDENT INSTEAD OF HELPING THEM

The meet the people session has a large number of volunteers who would assist residents to write letters. The MP would only speak to people with highly difficult and urgent complex issues. When we spoke to the volunteers to assist us and when we told them the problems my grandaunt is facing. She had recently lost her job and needs some help with her utility bills. But they would be so sarcastic and say that there is limited resources and limited help, cant always accede to all your requests. Told us to fond solutions to our own problems where possible. My main complain is, when we ask them for help, they will turn around to lecture us and told us off saying we need to learn to be independent.

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