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Stories you might’ve missed, Sept 28

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Customer ‘really shocked’ that 1 chicken wing, 1 chilli fish cake, 1 ‘kosong’ mee goreng cost $9 at Kopitiam

 

Photo: Fb screengrab/COMPLAINT SINGAPORE

Food prices have definitely increased recently, much to the dismay of everyone who loves affordable and delicious food in Singapore, as well as those who sell it.

One customer, however, said they were “really shocked” at spending $9 for an order of one chicken wing, one chilli fish cake, and one kosong mee goreng.

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‘Your parents brought you up perfectly!’ — Single mum thanks two ITE Simei boys who helped take care of her baby at JB customs and got her home safely

 

Photos: TikTok screengrab/sitizulaikha0410

A single mum took to TikTok to tell the heartwarming story of two youths who not only carried her sleeping 7-month-old baby at the “massive” queue while they were at the Johor Bahru customs, but also saw to it that she, the baby, and her older son made it home safely.

“Find them For Me!” Ms Zulaikha, who goes by @sitizulaikha0410 on the platform, captioned her Sept 26 (Monday) video.

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Woman says, though she and her boyfriend of 6 years have BTO together, she’s not in love with him

 

The couple is fun and adventurous. Picture: Instagram

A woman who was with her boyfriend for six years now comes out to say that she is not in love with him and wonders what to do.

In an anonymous post to popular confessions page SGWhispers, the woman wrote that she was in a long-term relationship with her boyfriend who is planning to take her to look at wedding rings soon.

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Singapore hearts melt when elderly uncle gave the love of his life a ride on his wheelchair

 

Image: screengrab from Facebook / Singapore Incidents

A video of an elderly uncle in a wheelchair giving the love of his life a ride has melted the hearts of many Singaporeans.

An online user on Tuesday (Sept 27) shared the heartwarming video of an elderly couple in an online Facebook group, Singapore Incidents.

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Maid starts coming back later and later on her days off, first returns at 9pm, then after midnight; eventually claims she accidentally slept over in her relative’s house

 

A foreign domestic helper who seemed to take advantage of her employer’s kindness would come back later and later at night each week on her day off, eventually claiming she stayed over in her relative’s house and not wanting to come back at all.

In an anonymous post to Facebook group FDW in Singapore (working conditions forum), the maid’s employer wrote that she had been working with their family for about three months. The family consisted of two adult sisters and their mother. 

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