Tag Archives: viral video

SCDF REGULAR: STOP CRITICIZING SCDF AND MALAYS

I am writing as a regular in the SCDF. Please keep my identity anonymous as I don't want to stir up trouble for myself or others. The video uploaded by the bunch of goons, who destroyed their room, is not a representative of the SCDF image at all. I know of many SCDF regulars and NSFs who really put their life on the line everyday, serving without making any noise about their job.

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SCDF MUST PUNISH REGULARS WHO FAILED IN THEIR SUPERVISION DUTIES

And it's definitely just plain stupid to post it up on Facebook for the whole world to see, not to mention how foolish it is to put up self-incriminating evidence. So that's a lot of bad decisions for one day. But there are several deeper questions we should be asking, such as: How is it that they even thought they would get away with vandalising SCDF property and leaving such a mess?

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Coma patient wakes up to turn off YPAP video playing on smartphone

A patient who was under constant watch for the past six months in Singapore General Hospital woke up from his coma and proceeded to walk across his hospital room. His revival shocked his family members who were too stunned to react initially, as they watched him approach his sister, who was using her smartphone to play the five-minute YPAP video that has been panned for being robotic, and turning off its volume. Cha See Lang, the man who awoke from his coma, was reportedly heard saying by his family members: “Diam lah.”

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Singapore secondary school student apologises after video of him scolding teacher goes viral

A Spectra Secondary School student has apologised after a video of him scolding his teacher in class spread online. The clip, which is a minute and 45 seconds long, was first uploaded to a page on Facebook called “All Singapore Stuff" on Tuesday, where it caught the attention of Internet users here. The school has met the student, as well as the one who took the video, and "both students regret their actions", a spokesperson for the Ministry of Education (MOE) said on Thursday.

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