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Again selective reporting - how many of such select prime properties are bought in trust?  There are probably dozens more properties in non-prime areas that are avail to the plebians


What an idiot ... he could have any girl he wants but chose someone else's wife .... some would have gotten killed for such a slight....  ::)

Food Glorious Food / Weird Cuisine: Scorpion
« on: July 14, 2019, 12:02:53 pm »


However, she was arrested after an incident last Friday (July 5) in Johor Bahru and a Johor police source told The Straits Times on Thursday (July 11) that the 33-year-old's urine samples had tested positive for drugs.

She was subsequently released and returned to Singapore where she was then arrested for criminal trespass and suspected drug-related offences on Sunday, the Singapore police confirmed to the ST on Thursday night.

Ms Long, who had made headlines for her success as an international DJ, had planned to be an anti-drug ambassador - as mentioned by her lawyer during her earlier drug case.

Attempts to reach Ms Long for comments were unsuccessful.

According to a source, Ms Long entered the Berjaya Waterfront Hotel in JB in the early hours of July 5 and slept on a couch in the lobby, even though she was not a guest there. When approached by hotel staff later, Ms Long, who seemed to had been drinking, asked if she could be driven to a police station so that she could make a report.

She claimed that she was "trying to run and hide from being murdered".

In that police report, seen by the ST, Ms Long claimed that she had been kidnapped, robbed and beaten in Johor on July 4 by a group of men sent by a Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) officer who had previously handled her case. She alleged that she had suffered injuries, including a sprained foot and a bruised upper thigh.

She did not remember how she was kidnapped, adding that she was later thrown into a ditch "where there were rats and snakes".

However, officers suspected that she had used drugs and arrested her instead, said a Johor police source, adding that the drug tests returned positive.

Police in Malaysia are still investigating the case, however, she was released personal on bail and returned to Singapore.

Not long after returning here, she was arrested again.

Singapore police said that after being alerted at 7.30pm last Sunday, a 33-year-old woman was arrested at a unit on Edgware Road for criminal trespass and suspected drug-related offences. Investigations are continuing.

The ST understands that Ms Long is currently assisting with investigations.


According to court documents, they were allegedly found in the company of Tan Sen Yang, 27, who is said to have had a foldable “kerambit” knife in his possession at the Naughty Girl Club on the second storey of Orchard Towers at 5.46am on July 2. The weapon is a curved knife resembling a claw.

Four others, including Tan Sen Yang are still facing a murder charge each and no bail was offered to them.

The other three are : Natalie Siow Yu Zhen, 22 as well as Joel Tan Yun Sheng, and Ang Da Yuan, both 26.


always choose classy hotels in case you are found dead from strenuous activity …. :-[


another disappointing year for those holding participating policies.

anyone is much better off holding a mix of ETFs instead of incurring the high expense ratios from these insurance companies and enriching your insurance agents by helping them buy their Pateks and BMWs


Three British Airways (BA) crew members have been suspended and could lose their jobs after they allegedly ran naked in a Singapore hotel.

The two men and a woman, who have been sent home, were part of a drinking session during a stopover here, The Sun reported on Thursday last week.

Quoting an inside source, the British news site said the cabin crew had smuggled alcohol from the plane to "have a good time" during their layover after a 14-hour flight from Heathrow Airport in London.

"There were some frisky crew members on this plane. There was snogging and stripping and fumbling between the crew members, who were all naked," the source alleged.

"It didn't take long for 'spin the bottle' to start - it is a drinking game with ludicrous and increasingly daring forfeits designed to get everyone steaming drunk."

While intoxicated, the trio accepted a dare to run naked up and down a corridor while knocking on the doors of other guests.

Among those disturbed by their antics was a BA official, who was said to have been "disgusted" and reported them to their bosses in London.

The Sun also quoted sources as saying officials at the Singapore hotel were fed up with the behaviour of the BA crew after allegations of sex assault and a staff member being thrown in a pool.

It is not known which hotel the BA crew were staying in.

When contacted by The New Paper, BA said in an e-mail: "We expect the highest standards of behaviour from our teams around the world at all times and we are investigating what happened.

"We do not tolerate unruly behaviour by colleagues and will always fully investigate claims and take whatever action is required."

Last year, BA cabin crew were linked to a case of outrage of modesty in a Singapore hotel.

British media reported that a crew member had allegedly raped an air stewardess while on a stopover here.

The incident allegedly occurred during "an off-duty drinks party", the Daily Mail reported. The incident was believed to have occurred at Hotel Jen Tanglin, The Straits Times reported.

A 46-year-old British man was subsequently arrested. The outcome of the case is not known.

Several British and international news sites have reported that Johannesburg, Las Vegas, Bangkok and Singapore are some of the cities where BA employees are notorious for their behaviour.

Cabin crew contacted by TNP said while drinking and room parties are fairly common among crew members, the behaviour of the three BA crew members was out of line but not entirely unheard of.

A crew member who has been in the industry for more than two decades said he has heard of incidents where crew members became intoxicated and behaved inappropriately.

Requesting anonymity, he added that there were cases where crew members found themselves in compromising or compromised positions, often of a sexual nature, but chose not to report them to avoid trouble.

Commenting on the behaviour of the BA trio, he said: "They have done something unacceptable and illegal, and must face the consequences even if they lose their jobs."

A former stewardess who wanted to be known only as Rachel said while sex and interactions of a sexual nature are not uncommon among crew members and pilots, they are usually not carried out in such a public and extreme manner.

She said: "(What the BA crew did) seems overboard, because wherever you go, you must be aware that you are representing your airline and your country."

News, Current Affairs Discussions / Bottle-Cap Challenge
« on: July 07, 2019, 11:06:19 pm »

Travel / Kim chi Bu Showcases Singapore - naise!
« on: July 07, 2019, 10:24:43 am »


It sickens me to the stomach that crimes like this happens in Malaysia or Singapore for that matter.  Bloody animals...  >:(


Kenna hoot kaolat kaolat until die .... :-[

4 floors of whores,  pay money to enjoy but go hospital to die....  :'(

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