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Why is man shooting bubble tea pearls at metal signboard?

It is not known why the man was outdoors when the people have been urged to remain indoors

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Singapore – A video of a man shooting bubble tea pearls through a straw at a metal signboard is making the rounds online. It has garnered cheeky comments, with someone  joking that it would be no surprise if bubble tea shops were the next to close because of the incident.

As the country enters the third week of its to contain the spread of , during which the people have been urged to remain at home and to go out only when absolutely necessary, there has been an increase in social media posts of people still outdoors for non-essential matters.

On Sunday (April 19), Mr Royston Ong posted the following video on the Facebook page SG Covidiots, the hub for unusual happenings during the .

It was filmed on April 17, at 8.45 pm at 883 North Plaza. It is not known what the man was doing outdoors and why he was shooting bubble tea pearls through a straw at the signboard.

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Here is the man:

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

And here is the target:

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Watch the full video below.

Posted by Royston Ong on Sunday, April 19, 2020

With more than 625 shares, those commenting on the page praised the skills of the man and even wanted to join in the fun.

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Others added a twist and commented that the man’s “clear lungs” and ability to hit the board were sure signs he did not have the virus.

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Some noted that he was “shooting the virus and bacteria” in the process.

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Many people were surprised at the sound of the pearls hitting the metal signboard. “Need to stop eating bubble tea pearls!” said one. “I think it’s not healthy cause too hard.”

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

One person predicted that “later, all bubble tea shops (would be) asked to close” because of this man.

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

Photo: FB screengrab / Royston Ong

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