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Police are investigating an incident where a man was purportedly caught taking upskirt shots of a woman in a multi-storey carpark at 18 Tai Seng on Tuesday afternoon (Jan 22).

Stomper Kenneth Tan, who had been visiting clients in the area, witnessed the incident while he was in his car at around 2.52pm.

Looks like colleagues  :o


probably another si chow aussie ang moh who cannot control his drinking impulse.


Arguably Taiwan's largest and most famous night market, the celebrated Shilin Night Market will soon be popping up in Singapore this April.

Organised by Invade, the Shilin Ye Shi (Shilin Night Market) pop-up will occupy The Grounds @ Kranji (Singapore Turf Club) from Apr 19 to 21 and Apr 26 to 28. Booths will be open from 3pm to 11pm.

oooo la la ...... chance to catch some TWMM sights .... :-*


I don't understand why she did that? ???

unker also never fake my P5 exam results ..... my lack of PSLE certificate didn't set me back badly in life.  you just have to persevere and do your best with whatever deck of cards life has dealt you.

never cheat other people's fweeelings ....


Taiwanese rescue teams were trying Tuesday to retrieve the body of a dead hiker who became famous on social media for taking selfies on top of mountain peaks dressed in a bikini.

Gigi Wu -- dubbed the "Bikini Climber" by fans -- used a satellite phone on Saturday to tell friends she had fallen down a ravine in Taiwan's Yushan national park and badly injured herself.

Rescue helicopters struggled to reach her because of bad weather and officials eventually located her lifeless body on Monday.

"The weather conditions in the mountains are not good, we have asked our rescuers to move the body to a more open space and after the weather clears we will make a request for a helicopter to bring the body down," Lin Cheng-yi, from the Nantou County Fire and Rescue Services, told reporters.

Officials said Wu had told friends she was unable to move the lower half of her body after a fall of some 20-30 metres (65-100 feet) but was able to give her coordinates.

She is the latest in a string of social media adventure seekers who have met an untimely end.

Last week, the bodies of an Indian couple were found at the bottom of a popular overlook in California's Yosemite National Park after hikers alerted officials to their camera equipment at the top of the cliff.

*haiz* .... so sad ...  :'( :'( :'( ... RIP TWMM .. :'( :'(


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That is rich coming from Tun Mahathir who did nothing to stop cronyism during his administration ....

What a cork-talker talking thru his a$$ ....  ::)


Facebook Inc's WhatsApp messenger service is globally limiting the number of times a user can forward a message to five, in a bid to fight "misinformation and rumours", company executives said on Monday.

"We're imposing a limit of five messages all over the world as of today," Victoria Grand, vice president for policy and communications at WhatsApp, said at an event in the Indonesian capital.

Previously, a WhatsApp user could forward a message to 20 individuals or groups. The five-recipient limit expands globally a measure WhatsApp put into place in India in July after the spread of rumours on social media led to killings and lynching attempts.

It is a little too late for those whose lives were changed, reputations were hurt or were ruined financially by such rumours don't you think? ???

They really need to penalize not only the originators but those who spread them unthinkingly ...



The town council’s lawyers, in their submissions, paid particular attention to Ms Lim, alleging that she was “an evasive witness as she will not hesitate to concoct evidence and/or be evasive in order to avoid making admissions under oath”.

"Sylvia Lim’s cross-examination also revealed that previous statements she made in Parliament were, at best, inaccurate and, at worst, untruthful," submitted the lawyers. "Therefore, negative inferences should be drawn in respect of her motivations as regards the award of the FMSS and/or FMSI contracts."

The lawyers charged that Ms Lim "fabricated stories", "concocted evidence" and was "extremely evasive", “constantly attempting to side-step questions when confronted with the truth and the apparent unsustainability of her original answer".

"AHTC submits that the inference to be drawn from this recurrent pattern of evasiveness is that Sylvia Lim is attempting to cover up her failings and the failings of the elected town councillors," wrote the lawyers.

Parties will have up to the middle of next month to file replies to each other's submissions, before making oral submissions in March.


I think this article does a disservice to the true single moms in Singapore ....

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