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SELETAR MALL NTUC FINEST SOLD STALE MILK DESPITE ITS LONG EXPIRY DATE

Please help to share my encounter with Seletar Mall's NTUC Finest earlier on today, I bought 1 carton of Magnolia Chocolate Milk which indicates expiry date as 18 March '16 at 8.20pm, less than an hour after I reach home, my boy aged 7, drank some of the milk and told me "not nice", I quickly tried some and yo my horror the milk was stale! I went back to the NTUC at around 9.30pm, and confronted the customer service and ask them to try the milk for themselves, as though the situation wasn't bad enough, there was this unapologetic Indian customer service lady who was at the counter, said in a defiant attitude, "spoil then spoil, why must I try ??".

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DISTURBED PARENT: WHY ONLY LENIENT WARNING METED TO GUILTY UPSKIRT PERVERT?

I saw disturbing news that a pervert who was caught in the act taking upskirt photos of a lady was let off with a simple warning after 10 months of investigation by the Singapore police. What kind of message are we sending out to these sick minded criminals? This is a matter of grave importance to the safety of the ladies in Singapore and no quarter should be given to these sickos.

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NTU WARNS STUDENTS TO STOP MASTURBATING IN SHOWERS AS IT CLOGS UP PIPES

Jeffri sent in a screenshot of an alleged notification put up by NTU's Hall of Residence 8 warning students to stop masturbating in the showers. The letter stated that due to this pervasive activity in the showers, numerous pipe blockages were discovered and after investigations, it was due to the accumulated pubic hair and semen. In response, the "school authorities" have deemed the situation intolerable and will be conducting DNA testing to identify the culprits if the problem persists.

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CHINA WARNS PRC TOURISTS AGAINST BUYING ELECTRONICS IN SINGAPORE

The Chinese embassy in Singapore has warned its citizens to beware of fraud when buying mobile phones and other electronic products here. A notice posted on China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs website on Wednesday (Nov 5) said the embassy received many reports last year of Chinese tourists encountering fraud when purchasing electronic goods like mobile phones in Singapore.

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