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https://www.malaymail.com/s/1634919/we-can-see-your-underwear-breasts-caller-tells-nurul-izzah



“This is especially when you wear tight kebaya, we can see the top of your dress.

“We can see your underwear, can see your breasts,” he continued.

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True patriots they are  8)

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hope she is okay .....

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https://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore/far-east-plaza-now-popular-massage-parlours

Once a former teen hangout, Orchard mall now has at least 10 massage parlours as tenant mix changes

Seated or standing behind glass windows, scantily-clad women "display" themselves and proposition men walking by to "come for massage".

Their units, which are largely on the fourth and fifth storeys of the mall, stand alongside established halal food eateries, hair salons and nail parlours.

Shopowners and workers told The Straits Times that the women moved in about two years ago and have become more brazen over the past year or so.

Mr Joseph Liang, 42, who works on the fifth storey, said he avoids bringing his seven-year-old son to work.

He said: "He's too young to be exposed to such things.

"Almost every time I pass by these units, the women will look at me very keenly. If you look back , they will ask you to come in for a massage. They wear very little and some are very upfront about it."

Neighbouring shops said the massage parlour units used to house fashion retailers and beauty shops. The shift in services at Far East Plaza comes at a time when some malls are experiencing falling occupancy rates.

Property consultant Nicholas Mak, the executive director of ZACD Group, said e-commerce has changed the retail market, resulting in landlords and owners facing a tough choice of forgoing rent, or earning from "any tenant that comes along".

Mr Mak said: "Unlike single-owner malls, Management Corporation Strata Title properties (MCST) like Far East Plaza do not have full control of tenant mix and positioning."

Other MCST malls such as The Adelphi in City Hall underwent a clean-up in 2016 after a similar problem.

To rebuild its reputation, landlords voted at its annual general meeting that year to pass a by-law to stop illegal and unlicensed massage parlours from renting units.

The police has been intensifying enforcement checks in the wake of the new Massage Establishments Act, which came into force on March 1.

The police detected 40 per cent more unlicensed massage establishments between 2013 and 2016. There were nearly 300 such operators found in 2016, with 40 per cent engaging in vice-related offences.

First-time offenders running an operation without a licence could now face a fine of up to $10,000 - 10 times higher than before - and up to two years in jail. Repeat offenders could have their penalties doubled or more: A fine of up to $20,000 and/or jail term of up to five years.

Landlords must now also take reasonable steps to get such errant tenants to hand over the premises within a month, or face penalties.

The police said firm action will be taken against the operators for flouting regulations and they take "a serious view of anyone found breaking the law".

Shoppers and other tenants lament that Far East Plaza is now a shadow of its former self.

In 2015, ST reported how the mall had fallen out of favour with the youth with many stores displaying "For Lease" signs.

Far East Plaza's MCST did not respond to ST queries.

A masseuse from a reflexology outlet who gave her name as Ms Elaine, 48, said: "These shady businesses have hampered legitimate ones. Clients come in and ask me for specials. We turn them away."

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https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/1mdb-linked-businessman-jho-low-may-be-hiding-in-taiwan

Controversial businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low, could be in Taiwan, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.

From the time the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal broke, Mr Low's whereabouts have been unknown, but sources said he could be hiding in Taiwan, the Chinese daily reported.

The daily said it might be difficult for Mr Low, who has been linked to the 1MDB controversy, to be extradited to Malaysia.

Controversial businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low, could be in Taiwan, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.

From the time the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal broke, Mr Low's whereabouts have been unknown, but sources said he could be hiding in Taiwan, the Chinese daily reported.

The daily said it might be difficult for Mr Low, who has been linked to the 1MDB controversy, to be extradited to Malaysia.

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http://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/norwegian-man-charged-for-groping-drunk-womans-breasts-and-private-parts-at-clarke

A Norwegian national pretended to comfort a drunk woman at Clarke Quay and took the opportunity to molest her instead, grabbing her breasts and touching her private parts.

Gregersen Tommy, 49, pleaded guilty on Friday (May 18) to the outrage of modesty of the victim, who cannot be named as the court has placed a gag order, reports The Straits Times.

The court heard that Tommy had been on a work trip in Singapore on Aug 11, 2017, when he came across the 24-year-old victim after visiting several entertainment establishments.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Marshall Lim said that the victim had visited Zouk, a nightspot in the vicinity with some friends.

She consumed some alcohol and left alone when she felt nauseous.


Tommy spotted the victim sitting on a bench near the club and approached her.

When the victim threw up, Tommy brought her to another bench.

It was then the victim’s phone rang.

Her cousin had called her, worried when she could not speak coherently in an earlier call.

Tommy picked up the call and told the victim’s cousin where they were before he hung up.

After the call, he then started patting the victim on her back under the facade of comforting her.

The victim was unresponsive.

Tommy then slipped his hand under her shirt, unfastened her bra, and groped her breasts.

The victim still did not react, and Tommy became even more daring, proceeding to touch her private parts.

This lasted for a few minutes.

The victim with her head bowed at this point, was completely unresponsive.

Her cousin arrived at the scene a few minutes later to take her home.

She saw Tommy with the victim and promptly led her away.

It is unclear how the incident was uncovered.

Tommy is expected to return to court on May 25.

If convicted for outraging the modesty of a woman, he faces up to two years’ jail, a fine, and caning, or any combination of the three. 

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https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/masseur-jailed-caned-for-molesting-customer

Under the guise of giving her a massage, a 35-year-old masseur molested a woman repeatedly, rubbing her breasts more than 10 times over the span of a minute.

Hu Xidong, a masseur at Zufu Foot Reflexology, was yesterday given nine months' jail and three strokes of the cane for outraging the modesty of a woman. Two other charges for outrage of modesty were taken into consideration.

The woman, a Japanese national, had visited the outlet in Beach Road and requested a foot and upper back massage on July 19, 2016.

While she had visited the outlet before, it was the first time the 28-year-old had asked for an upper back massage and she was not sure of the procedure, said Deputy Public Prosecutor Eunice Lau.

After massaging her feet for about 40 minutes, Hu told her to go to a bed in a curtained area.

Based on her past experiences elsewhere, the female customer went to the area and removed her clothing, leaving only her underwear on.


She then lay face-down on the bed and put a towel over the back of her body. Hu later entered the area and began massaging her.

At one point, he removed her towel, pulling her underwear down to massage her. The woman did not know how to react as she was not sure if this was out of the ordinary, said DPP Lau.

Hu told her to flip over, and she did so, covering herself with the towel.

But after massaging her head and shoulders for a few moments, he removed the towel, and began to rub her breasts for at least a minute.

While she knew this was not part of the massage, she was too shocked to react, said DPP Lau.

Immediately after the session, she tried to tell the receptionist about her ordeal. But the receptionist could not understand English, the court heard. The victim made a police report that night.

DPP Lau said the case showed an "abuse of trust in a customer-masseur relationship", as the woman was in a situation where it was hard to discern ill intentions.

Lawyer Julian Lim, who represented Hu, said his client - who suffers from an anxiety disorder and had been distracted during the session - thought the woman had requested a full body massage.

But District Judge Kenneth Yap said that being anxious did not give Hu a licence to "absent-mindedly molest people".

Hu, who will begin his sentence on May 21, could have faced up to two years' jail, a fine, caning, or a combination of the three.

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https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/beauty-queen-saw-boyfriend-assaulted-weeks-before-he-was-slashed-by-hitman

Stupid sugar-daddy - Lim Hong Liang .... now kenna go squat in changi hilton ....

Just dump her and get another sugarbabe... much prettier and maybe influenza-type .... send hitman for fug .... kumgong to the max





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https://sg.news.yahoo.com/man-sent-obscene-videos-lovers-husband-jailed-1-month-075127892.html


The man first added the 29-year-old woman as a “friend” over Facebook sometime in September 2016, after which the pair began to chat daily. Two weeks later, the duo met at Hotel 81 Princess in Geylang where they had sex.

The pair continued their affair and met regularly either at a hotel or the woman’s home. The man began to take videos of their trysts from the third encounter, claiming that they were for his gratification when the woman was not around. The woman consented to the recordings and would also receive the videos, which she would watch before deleting.

When the woman decided to end the relationship in early December 2016, the man did not take the news well. He became increasingly possessive and pestered the woman about the other men in her life.

He threatened to contact her husband if she lied to him and the woman warned the man against doing so.

On 11 December 2016, the man contacted the woman and later visited her home to check if she was with another man. The woman refused to let him in and blocked him on social media.

Angry that the woman had ended the relationship and believing that she was dishonest with him, the man contacted her husband through Facebook Messenger the next day.

Three days later, the man told the husband that he had proof of having met his wife and sent him a video of the pair having sex. The husband was shocked as he recognised his home in the video.

The husband asked to meet the man to see other videos and the man replied that he had many recordings. The man sent two more videos to the woman’s husband that day and sent several more the next day.

The husband later informed his wife that he had received obscene videos from a Facebook user and his wife recognised the social media account. She made a police report on 17 December.

For transmitting obscene material through electronic means, the man could have been jailed up to three months, fined, or both.





I need to use facebook morer and morer .... some married women are yums ...  :-*


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http://www.asiaone.com/singapore/singapore-family-traumatised-after-faulty-hdb-lift-surges-twice

wow .... luckily the lift door finally opened on the 14th Floor and not the 18層地獄

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