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Live worms found in fried fish from Nasi Lemak stall in Changi Village

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A video of several worms wriggling within a fried fish that was allegedly bought from a Nasi Lemak stall at Changi Village has been circulating online.

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In the video, a man can be heard saying that the fish is from a Nasi Lemak stall at Changi Village.

This is the second time in 2 days that Nasi Lemak stalls at Changi Village have made headlines.

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We reported yesterday that Changi Village’s famous Nasi Lemak stall, Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak, will be closed for “one to two” weeks for repairs after it caught fire yesterday morning. A lone employee was preparing chilli sauce at about 5am when a fire broke out from the kitchen stove.

The fire was put out by members of the public using a fire extinguisher. The employee escaped unharmed and no others were injured.

https://theindependent.sg.sg/stall-owners-and-public-join-forces-to-put-out-raging-fire-at-famous-changi-village-nasi-lemak-stall/

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