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Stories you might have missed, 15 Sept

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Actor Chen Hanwei clarifies birthday celebration did not break Covid-19 SOP

On Sept 10, Actor Chen Hanwei shared a group photo on Instagram in celebration of his 52nd birthday which left netizens wondering if he broke any Covid-19 SOPs.

A netizen left a comment asking if the government had already allowed more than five visitors per household. Luckily, the actor was quick to respond and clarify that former actress Yvonne Lim was the host of the event, with her husband and two children. He further added there were only five guests in total for the occasion.

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“Should I leave him?” Girlfriend expects her bf to earn $15K a month but he only earns $4,500

In another case where a girlfriend is having second thoughts about her boyfriend because of the amount he earns, a 23-year-old girl said that she expects her man to be taking home about S$15,000 a month.

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Asking netizens for advice on anonymous confessions page NUSWhispers, the girl wrote that her 37-year-old squeeze was “only” at the executive level, earning S$4,500 a month.

“I expect him to earn around $15k a month for a director-level position. At his age, he should be a GM/Director by now but he is just a lowly legal counsel with low pay working for an SME business with little to no benefits”, she wrote.

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Buffalo enters house, slams vehicle, then walks out

A video of a buffalo trotting away nonchalantly from a house after damaging a parked car has gone viral on social media.

A car owner in Malaysia named Lang Mizan took to social media on Sept 10, looking for the owner of a buffalo that wrecked his red Proton Saga.

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AWARE opposes Murali Pillai’s idea that male sexual offenders over the age of 50 should be caned

AWARE Singapore said on Tuesday (Sept 14) that it opposes the idea, raised in Parliament yesterday, that male sex offenders over the age of 50 be eligible for caning.

In a Facebook post, the Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE) oppose the use of caning as a form of criminal punishment entirely, particularly for crimes that involve violence. The organisation added that it opposed “the use of caning as a form of criminal punishment entirely, particularly for crimes that involve violence”.

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WP team offers calligraphy and oranges to mark Chinese New Year

Singapore -- Workers Party chief Pritam Singh and his Aljunied GRC team  gave out the customary mandarin oranges to stallholders, hawkers and residents of the  Eunos area over the weekend. In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Mr Singh said :...

Bangladeshi man run over by train at Kallang MRT took his own life

Singapore – Ahmed Faisal from Bangladesh, who was found dead on the train  tracks near Kallang MRT station, committed suicide, said the State Coroner. His...

Father of dead twins taken back to canal where boys’ bodies were found

Singapore  – Xavier Yap Jung Houn, 48,  father of the twin boys found dead near a playground in the Upper Bukit Timah area, was...

Dee Kosh: I’m no paedophile but I’ll plead guilty to making sex-for-cash offers to boys

Singapore – Most people facing the kind of legal charges that YouTuber Dee Kosh does would keep mum and let their lawyers sort  out...

Study: Singapore workers want to work less, have more family and personal time

Singapore — A new study from a global jobs portal finds  that more than half of the respondents in Singapore say they’ve been overworked...

WP team offers calligraphy and oranges to mark Chinese New Year

Singapore -- Workers Party chief Pritam Singh and his Aljunied GRC team  gave out the customary mandarin oranges to...

Bangladeshi man run over by train at Kallang MRT took his own life

Singapore – Ahmed Faisal from Bangladesh, who was found dead on the train  tracks near Kallang MRT station, committed...

Father of dead twins taken back to canal where boys’ bodies were found

Singapore  – Xavier Yap Jung Houn, 48,  father of the twin boys found dead near a playground in the...

Dee Kosh: I’m no paedophile but I’ll plead guilty to making sex-for-cash offers to boys

Singapore – Most people facing the kind of legal charges that YouTuber Dee Kosh does would keep mum and...
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