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Serial flasher followed me home before doing his perverse acts




Dear TLS,

Shall give more info about the whole experience since the pervert is not your typical cowardly flasher. Please take note he actually called me out on a bridge first and after I ignored him, he walked really fast and stared at me from across the canal separating the park connector he’s on and the road path beside the main road which I’m walking on. The distance is shown in the map photo I have added in, and that’s really a long distance for him to stalk and follow. He then turned into the second bridge and that’s where he stood there and waited for me to walk by and he called me out again and started doing his perverse acts. Even after I shouted at him and said I am calling the police, he didn’t flinch one bit. In fact he stared at me and smiled as I walked off calmly and even till I crossed the road and took out my phone to call 999. If you really do encounter him, please DO NOT RUN cos he seems like a very fit runner and he is most probably going to get the thrill from seeing you run. Walk off calmly into the main road and get someone’s attention is the safest bet. Call 999 straightaway. He’s not your typical flasher, so be extra extra careful!

I wondered what kind of luck I have; I just bumped into a flasher at around 1.30am after midnight grocery shopping. This is the second time in my life that I bumped into a flasher

The whole incident took place at the Jurong West Neighbourhood Park Connector right in front of Block 665 and 666 at Jurong West Street 65. Flasher is a very dark-skinned Indian man, 1.7+m tall, athletic build, short hair, wearing black singlet and black shorts, seemingly in running attire.


I have lodged a police report and went through the whole experience with the extremely efficient police officers who arrived within 9 mins after I made the call. The flasher is still at large, so please please tell all the females you know to be careful at night, and for those who live around me, please be super aware of your surroundings at night!!! If you do spot someone suspicious and sort of fits my above description, PLEASE call 999 right away and get to an open area where there are other people around.

It doesn’t take much effort to help warn others of this kinda incident, and thank goodness this happened to me and not to some other little girls or timid ladies. So please please help tell the females you know to be really careful at night and don’t use phone or wear earphones when walking alone!!!

I’ve attached the photos as evidence in case if anyone of you doubt my words, and if I’m not supposed to post these, please let me know immediately and I’ll take them down.

My heart is still beating super fast after more than an hour since it happened, I swear this is really scary though I sounded calm in my post. Really really hope this asshole can be caught soon..

Please help to share this info to all the females you know and especially to those who are living around the same area as me in Jurong West.

Source: Sin


33 people injured after bus collision at Bukit Batok bus stop





Credit: Line Gabas

Two buses collided at a bus stop in Bukit Batok earlier today (11 May). This happened at Old Jurong Road at around 9:30 am.


Facebook user Linie Gabas shared photos of the accident which shows a badly damaged SBS Transit bus.

According to The Straits Times. it was reported that 33 people were taken to the hospital with injuries.

The rear window of the SMRT bus was knocked off.



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Taxi driver fine $300 for refusing to pick up passenger at taxi stand




Jeffrey shared a photo of a fine for S$300 for refusing to pick up a passenger at MRT station taxi stand.


This incident happened on 24 January at about 8:40 am in front of Admiralty MRT station. Jeffrey said that he put the “Change shift” display on his taxi and entered the taxi stand.

According to the rule 25 of the road traffic (Public Service Vehicles) (Vocational Licences and conduct of drivers, conductors, trishaw riders and passengers) rules, he committed an offence under section 131(1) of the road traffic act.

He was given 6 vocational licence demerit points for this incident.

Jeffrey could have been fined up to S$1000 and jailed up to 3 months for the first-time offender.

Do you think this is fair for the taxi driver? Leave your comments below!


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26-year-old jumped onto Grab car at St James Power Station, results in repair bill of almost $15,000



A 72-year-old Grab driver drove to St James Power Station in the unearthly hours of 5th May 2018, and a 26-year-old man sprang a surprise jump onto the hood of the driver’s car.

The young man was allegedly celebrating his 26th birthday before the incident happened.

He was charged in court on 7th May 2018.


Hello!! Do u have nothing better to do than to bully a 72 years old grab driver? My dad has done nothing to provoke u. He jumped on his car and your friend even shouted “ we apologised already, what’s more u want?” Fearing for his safety, my dad drove off to prevent confrontation. Please share and make him famous. Dun think you can escape just like this. I will get you!

Posted by Belleiansa Xu on Friday, 4 May 2018

The video was posted by the driver’s son, Alan Koh, on what took place that fateful night, near Envy Dance Club.

According to Koh, a person claiming to be friends with the 26-year-old, Chee Chu Siong, contacted him to offer an apology on his behalf.

Koh added that Chee was also agreeable to paying compensation then.

On 6th May 2018, Koh shared that his father, himself and Chee were in negotiations of the damages’ cost but no actual conclusion was made.

This was because the car serving centre was closed at that time, and the Kohs were unable to obtain a quotation for repairs.

The Koh family expects Chee to bear the full costs of the repair as the family is not extremely wealthy.

Even if they had the financial ability, they would not pay the costs as they felt that it was not logical for them to pay for “the mistakes that someone else made”.

Koh also shared that a man offered to help them by spearheading a crowdfunding exercise, but the family declined the kind gesture.

After a service centre’s diagnosis, the total sum amounted to S$14,967.48.

The photo of the invoice was shared to

We hope that this case study serves as a warning to all who wants to commit a rash act. Be wise and think twice!

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