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Stories you might’ve missed, Sept 26

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Man cheats S$28,000 from strangers at MRT stations for 4 years, jailed 1 year

 

Photo: Taken from Google Maps, used for illustration purposes only

Byron Yeaw Li Xun cheated strangers of about S$28,000 as he asked them to lend him money in front of MRT stations.

He asked the victims, many of whom were students, for help in paying his purported transport and living expenses.

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‘Best if you stay in Singapore & keep demanding hawkers must serve you cheap food,’ Kf Seetoh responds to reports of Urban Hawker’s high prices

 

Photos: Fb screengrab/ Kf Seetoh

Urban Hawker, which features 11 Singaporean hawkers handpicked by food guru Kf Seetoh, had a soft opening this week in New York, to long lines and much acclaim.

The eatery is a dream fulfilled of sorts for Mr Seetoh, who had discussed the idea with the late famed chef Anthony Bourdain, many years ago.

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“What kind of pond is that? Messed up design”: Catfish found in HDB estate “pond or canal?”

 

Image: screengrab from Facebook video / Singapore Incidents

After a netizen shared a video of a rather unique pool of water under an HDB estate, asking netizens whether it’s a pool or a canal, many have flocked to the comments section of the post, focusing instead on the catfish seen in the water.

“So I was walking around this estate and I came across this pond,” the videographer is heard saying. “It’s like–look at the shape. It’s like some zig-zaggy thing. There’s water and there’s this footbridge thing, and what’s this…what’s this?”

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WP’s Yee Jenn Jong going strong with vegetable, and fruit rescue

 

Photo: Facebook screengrab / yeejj.wp

Former non-constituency member of parliament Yee Jenn Jong has been keeping himself busy on the ground by ensuring that unsold or leftover food, vegetable or fruit that are still safe to be consumed do not go to waste.

Over the weekend, he was out on the road making sure the foods that are prepared by the volunteers get to the intended destination to be enjoyed by the residents.

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Woman says ‘My fault. I shldn’t eat at this place’ after food court staff gets her order wrong, has a bad attitude

 

Photo: Fb screengrab/COMPLAINT SINGAPORE

A woman took to social media to complain that an order she had placed at a food court had gone wrong.

She admitted that it was her “fault” and that she “shldn’t eat at this place” anymore after her negative experience at the food court at Sim Lim Square.

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