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Filipina berates woman who questioned her for having ‘Singapore’ emblazoned in shorts

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A reader sent us a video of a commotion in a hawker centre. According to the reader the woman, a Singaporean, questioned the Filipina about why she had ‘Singapore’ emblazoned in the back of her shorts. The Filipina who got upset with the woman’s question went ballistic with her attracting many onlookers.

According to the reader, the woman is a maid who had engaged in a game of weekend netball before the incident.

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