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‘I wouldn’t be surprised if this maid poisons her employer’, woman stands up for maid

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Facebook user Regina Goh recounted how she encountered an ‘ugly Singaporean’ in Bendemeer Mall yesterday (9 Jul) forcing her maid to cut her hair. The woman told the maid that she did not have a choice as she was under the woman’s payroll.

According to Regina, the woman said, “idiot, just go cut your hair and stop wasting my time!”

Regina feels that employers who hire foreign domestic workers should properly screened to weed out such ugly ones. Writing in her Facebook she said that being a Singaporean doesn’t make you “all superior or a level higher than others.”

“A maid comes all the way to Singapore, far from their home and work to earn peanuts, and yet employers like her does this kind of thing to hurt their ego,” she added.

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Regina said that she will not be surprised if the maid decided to poison her employer or tried to kills her one day.

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