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SIA flight attendant regrets renting flat to foreign ex-offender’s family

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A Facebook user Linda Ayra, shared several pictures of her flat which is in disarray. Linda who listed her occupation as a flight attendant with Singapore Airlines in Facebook said that she rented her 5-room HDB flat to a Singapore Permanent Resident family who are nationals of India, but they messed it up terribly. Her post has now gone viral with over 1,300 shares.

Linda claimed that since she rented the flat to the family, the rent was never paid on time, and that the family was usually three weeks to a month late in paying rentals. The family left the flat last week without notice and owes Linda 2 months rental.

Besides owing rental payment to Linda and leaving the house in a mess before vacating it without notice, the family also did not service the air-con unit in the flat as agreed, claimed Linda. What’s more shocking is that they had chalked up about $800 for utilities over several months.
1The bill is in the name of the person Mdm Panneerselvam Susanna. If those where the tenants, a simple Google search by Linda would have revealed that the woman and her husband had run afoul of the law previously.

Ms Panneerselvam was issued a stern warning by the police for abetting her husband Natarajan Panneer Selvam, an Indian national with Singapore permanent residence, for running an illegal school here in 2014. Her husband was fine $18,000 for the offence, and a newspaper report said that he owed 12 pupils about $82,000, which he had collected from February to June 2012.

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The paper further said that he fled Singapore and was wanted for other offences, and that the Police alerted the Council of Private Education who were pressing charges against him, once he returned to Singapore. (link: http://bit.ly/29CSjcR)

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