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NTUC Fairprice Supervisor ignored rat infestation in supermarket and was rude to shopper

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Facebook user 孙雨明 shared that he spotted rats in the bread section of the NTUC FairPrice Supermarket at Kang Kar Mall. The Facebook user said that he duly informed the supermarket’s supervisor, Jin Kai, about the rodent infestation.
The supervisor however did not pay much heed to the feedback and even replied, “there’s rats and you want me to catch?”. The shopper questioned the supervisor’s irresponsibility on a matter which concerns consumers’ health and safety. The supermarket is located in Hougang Ave 10.
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