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Video of extremely filthy, roach infested home trends online; appears to be a Singapore flat unit

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A video of a filthy, roach infested home is circulating online. The home appears to be a public housing unit in Singapore, as evidenced by the NTUC Fairprice and Sheng Siong supermarket plastic bags that can be seen strewn about in the video.

A man wearing a PLT Engineering uniform can also be seen walking about in the video. A quick Google search shows that PLT Enginnering pte ltd is based in Singapore.

Another woman is caught on camera. It is unclear whether the elderly lady is an occupant of the home or if she is a volunteer helping in clean-up efforts. Several cockroaches can be seen crawling over the woman who nonchalantly stoops and works.

Catch the video of the highly disgusting home here. Viewer discretion is advised:

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