Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Police were called to the scene after two people were seen in a car, which was allegedly "shaking violently". Videos of the incident, which took place at a multi-storey carpark were circulated on various Facebook pages. In one of the videos, a man can be seen removing his shirt. He was then seen moving towards the passenger seat. Another person is also seen inside the vehicle. The carpark appeared relatively empty. The video was believed to have been taken by residents in an opposite block, Lianhe Zaobao reported. Police were also seen approaching the people in the car. The man, who put his shirt back on, can be seen handing over his documents over to the police. Appearing naked in public view is an offence in Singapore. And according to a lawyer quoted by Lianhe Zaobao , the person(s) who filmed the video may have also violated the law for filming indecent or obscene ... » Learn More about Parked car with 2 people inside allegedly seen ‘shaking violently’ at empty carpark, police called to scene
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Halloween Horror Nights 2020 may be cancelled, but that's no reason not to scare yourself. For free, to boot. Here are nine relatively deserted places (as it can be with our population density) with spooky vibes to read about. Or explore, if permitted. 1. Bukit Brown Cemetery While there have been no concrete reports of hauntings or ghostly encounters, stepping foot in Singapore's largest cemetery might still require some guts — if you're the superstitious sort. If you're brave enough, you can even check out the Bukit Brown Wayfinder, a self-guided trail along 25 tombs in Blocks One and Three of the Bukit Brown Cemetery. History: The Bukit Brown Cemetery opened back in 1922 and hosts around 100,000 graves, many of which belonged to Singapore's pioneering immigrants. 2. Little Guilin Little Guilin is also known as Xiao Guilin or Bukit Batok Town Park. Some have claimed to have seen ghostly apparitions here. History: Before it was converted ... » Learn More about Halloween 2020: 9 less well-travelled, slightly spooky places in S’pore
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Eight more food and beverage outlets have been ordered to close, while 14 outlets and 32 individuals have been issued fines for breaching Safe Management Measures (SMMs), Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment said in a release on Sep. 29, 2020. Details of Offences 1) On Sep. 12, officers detected a group of eight individuals seated across two tables and intermingling at Brewerkz, 30 Merchant Road, Riverside Point, #01-07, at 8.45pm. The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) issued an order requiring the operator to close the premises for a period of 10 days from Sep. 25 to Oct. 4, 2020 (both dates inclusive). 2) On Sep. 16, officers arrived at 10.45pm and observed patrons at two tables consuming alcohol at Siam Square Mookata Pte Ltd at 3 Punggol Point Road, #02-01, The Punggol Settlement. The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) issued an order requiring the operator to close the premises ... » Learn More about 8 F&B outlets ordered to close, 32 individuals fined in S’pore for violating Covid-19 measures
A cyclist and taxi collided after the former attempted to filter quickly between lanes. A video posted to Facebook page Roads.sg captured the accident, which took place on Oct. 28 in the morning. Filters to first lane In the short clip, the cyclist was seen moving along the left side of Clemenceau Ave. After cycling past some roadworks, he attempts to filter to the first lane without signalling. However, a fast-moving taxi appears. The taxi can be seen braking hard, but the cyclist does not appear to notice the incoming vehicle and promptly brushes the side of the taxi. The cyclist can then be seen losing his balance and tumbling off the bike. You can watch the full video here. Many accidents involving cyclists and other vehicles A number in the comments section placed the blame on the cyclist, stating that he did not signal when he filtered lanes. However, some others said that he did not do so as he might not have seen the incoming taxi. The ... » Learn More about Cyclist brushes side of taxi along Clemenceau Ave & tumbles off while filtering lanes
[Update on Oct. 29 6:06pm: Zouk Cinema Club has changed their reservation number to 9006 8549. This article has been updated to reflect the change.] Zouk Cinema Club has officially opened. If you missed the news, it was announced earlier in October that the nightspot will be converted to a cinema at night. Immersive experience and bi-monthly themed Screenings start on Oct. 30, and take place four days a week (Wednesday - Saturday), from 6pm to 10:30pm. The organisers promise an "immersive one-of-a-kind theatrical experience" with state-of-the-art lighting and sound-system effects. Each night will see one screening. Only those above 18 will be admitted. The cinema club functions on a bi-monthly theme, with the first for October and November being "For The Love of Music". The club's main room will apparently model itself after the cobbled streets of "Moulin Rouge", complete with velvet décor and a replica of the red mill. Prices Food and ... » Learn More about Zouk cinema club starts Oct. 30, priced at S$75++ for table of 2 including drinks
Loo Boon Chong has pleaded guilty on Monday (Dec. 14) to obstructing justice by discarding a blood-stained shirt belonging to a co-accused involved in the 2019 Orchard Towers murder. The 27-year-old is one of the seven people originally charged with the murder. However, he had his murder charge reduced on Jul. 11, 2019 to consorting with a person possessing an offensive weapon, which will be taken into consideration for sentencing. According to CNA , Loo had admitted that he threw away the blood-stained shirt belonging to the co-accused, Tan Sen Yang, who is still the only one facing a murder charge . Loo has also pleaded guilty to a second unrelated gambling charge, as reported by The Straits Times . He will return to court on Jan. 15, 2021 for sentencing. Was part of group involved in dispute at Orchard Towers According to court documents seen by Mothership , Loo had been drinking with his friends in Orchard Road at 5am on July 2, 2019. The ... » Learn More about Orchard Towers murder: Man, 27, admits he threw away co-accused’s blood-stained shirt
AT A GLANCE MANILA, Philippines – From a reluctant presidential candidate to someone at the helm of the country for 5 years – simply put, that’s what President Benigno Aquino III has been. With only a year left in Malacanang, has he fulfilled his promises from his 2010 campaign? Aquino’s "Social Contract with the Filipino People" was the platform of his campaign. The document includes a 16-point agenda aimed at creating social and structural change. Rappler reviewed this document to determine how he has fared as president. We classified these 16 points into 7 groups: Corruption, Economy, Poverty, Justice, Overseas Filipino Workers, Peace and Order, and Environment. CORRUPTION From a president who tolerates corruption to a president who is the nation’s first and most determined fighter of corruption. 'Kung walang corrupt, walang mahirap' This has been the battle cry of Aquino since the 2010 ... » Learn More about Part 1: Did Aquino deliver on his promises?