Marsiling woman allegedly tries to trap cats to feed snake; beats man who confronts her

A woman was caught on camera shuffling in a Marsiling alleyway in what appears to be a suspicious manner. When confronted, she swings a metal rod with a net attached to it towards the man who confronted her and strikes him before screaming that he has invaded her privacy.

The video of the incident was shared on social media by Facebook user Jewel Jewel Ramli, who claims that the woman is trapping cats “maybe to feed the snakes”. Ramli claimed that the woman had been trying to capture a grey cat (pictured above) in the video and was caught in the act.

In the video, the woman can be seen walking towards a rubbish bin and nudging at something behind the bin with a long implement. Shortly thereafter, she reaches down and picks what appears to be a pair of boots up.

At this point, she notices a man filming her and she uses the metal rod to strike him. Despite the intervention of another lady filming the scene, the woman hurls vulgarities and screams: “Why you take my picture? For what? My face is my privacy! He take my picture without my permission!”

The woman who was filming cautions the other woman that she will call the police. The alleged cat trapper continues to scream but walks away from the scene quickly, shortly after:

Posted by Jewel Jewel Ramli on Saturday, 24 February 2018

Ramli posted online that the grey cat is now safely boarded at the home of a cat feeder to protect the cat from harm. She cautioned cat owners to avoid allowing their cat to roam and urged cat feeders to call the police if they see the alleged cat snatcher in action again.

30 COMMENTS

    • She was “speaking” English with an obvious Singaporean accent…more like shrieking. It’s easy to push this to foreigners, to give yourself a cheap thrill behind the computer screen. But in fact, it’s a disgrace to Singapore that we have Singaporeans like her…and you.

  1. how can one catch stray cats with such a fragile net? and the accusation is simply unfair. i wont let my emotions gets into me.

    • They may be stray but tamed, and used to having residents feed them and even rub their fur? Such cats are easy targets. They will not run away or claw at you when you carry them…

  2. The accusation is baseless, purely speculative, and provoking a public lynching based on suspicions, in my opinion.

    The man who was filming was provoking her and engaging her for his own agenda. She has every right to be angry. I do not see any snakes or cats for that matter.

    The lady who posted this video is damaging the reputation of the woman filmed. She is hoping for a public lynching by insinuating that the lady is preying on a cat to feed snake, no evidence, just stupid speculation.

    I might also speculate that perhaps the victim is doing a public service by trying to rid the area of those large rats??? Who knows?

  3. Should arrest her and investigate. Do a search in her house. Snakes are not permitted as pets right? Especially in hdb.

  4. So unsingaporean, instead of illegally taking things from rubbish bins to reuse or recycle, she should buy new things from shops and pay GST and contribute to GDP growth.

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