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Morning Digest, May 31

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Naomi Neo shares her body transformation progress after giving birth to her two children, netizens are amazed


Photo: IG screengrab/naomineo_

SINGAPORE: In an Instagram reel, Naomi Neo shared her body transformation after giving birth to her two children. In her post, she said, “Been consistently trying to improve on my physique ever since I managed to shed the weight I gained from my last pregnancy.”

In the snippets in the short video, Naomi displayed how she goes to the gym to work out. She admitted that she is still a work in progress.

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Car driver shocked at ‘insane’ parking charge of $14 for less than 1/2 hour at MBS


Photo: FB screengrab/Marina Bay Sands, COMPLAINT SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE: A man took to social media after getting shocked at the price he was charged for parking at Marina Bay Sands for a visit that took less than half an hour.

Mr Peter Chia posted the receipt of his parking ticket on the COMPLAINT SINGAPORE Facebook page on Monday (May 29), writing, “Mbs carpark.12.47pm in 1.08pm out Charge $14…… insane.”

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Customer says eatery refused to give forks & spoons for his freshly cooked, very hot order of chicken wings because they’re finger food



SINGAPORE: A man took to social media after a food stall allegedly refused to give him utensils to eat with for his piping-hot order since he had only bought finger foods.

“To those who wish to eat finger food, please take note of this stall because according to the staff, they cannot allow customers to use utensils if you ONLY purchase fries and chicken wings. Even if the food is freshly fried and hot,” wrote Mr Andy Ang in a May 28 (Sunday) Facebook post.

“I hope Gojek will not take it for granted as the majority of passengers don’t quite bother with the S$3.00” — Passenger frustrated with waiting fee issue


Photo: Gojek Singapore

SINGAPORE: In recent news, a passenger took to social media to express his disappointment over allegedly being charged a $3 waiting fee by the Gojek application despite being at the designated pick-up spot on time.

Upon The Independent Singapore’s request, Gojek Singapore released a statement, saying, “We are aware of this report and are currently investigating the matter to verify the details of the trip.”

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Migrant worker seen dog-sitting as his friend chats up maid who was supposed to be walking the canine


Photo: Sembawang resident

SINGAPORE: Wingman of the year? A migrant worker clad in uniform was awkwardly holding a dog and sitting under an HDB block in Sembawang while his friend chatted up the helper who had brought the pooch down for a walk.

On the way to pick up her child from school that afternoon, a resident saw the worker holding the dog. She said that as he was “babysitting the dog, his friend was busy exchanging numbers with the helper who brought the dog down (for a walk)”.

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