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Rejected door-to-door salesman throws baby’s bolster down HDB block before leaving

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A man who appears to be a door-to-door salesman has been caught on camera throwing a baby’s bolster down a HDB block after a resident refuses to answer her door.

Facebook user Fazreen Salim shared CCTV footage capturing the incident on social media and said: “This was taken at my front door. People doing door to door sales? When rejected, this fellow proceed to throw out our baby’s pillow off the corridor. Let’s help make them famous.Hope the authorities would find them soon.”

This was taken at my front door. People doing door to door sales?When rejected, this fellow proceed to throw out our baby’s pillow off the corridor. Let’s help make them famous.Hope the authorities would find them soon.

Posted by Fazreen Sallim on Thursday, 8 March 2018

In the video, three men can be seen approaching the unit and one man asks the resident inside whether she “has a few minutes”. A woman’s voice can be heard responding, “Sorry”.

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Before the group leave, one young man from the group casually lifts a bolster from a laundry rack outside the unit and throws it down the HDB block from the common corridor.

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