10YO Found a Foetus Under a Concrete Slab at Pasir Ris Park Beach


Pasir Ris Park Beach is home to the camping site that many people visit throughout the year.

On the eve of Christmas, a family of six visited the beach for a camping trip.

At a point in time, their 10-year-old son wandered off to the beach and stumbled upon an uncommon sight.

He then brought his mother to the concrete slab where the unusual sighting was located.

After a closer inspection, the mother was horrified to discover a foetus under the concrete slab and immediately called the police for assistance.

Police Arrived at the Scene

According to Lianhe Zaobao, the police received a call for assistance on 24 Dec at around 10 pm.

Eyewitnesses state that around 20 policemen arrived at the scene and cordoned off the area near BBQ pit 21.

It is added that the police officers searched the beach and questioned the witnesses until about 4 am on 25 Dec.

In another interview with an eyewitness, it is mentioned that the beach was more crowded than usual that day, but he did not see anything out of the ordinary.

Investigations are currently still ongoing.

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Statues of Gods Placed

According to a reporter of Lianhe Zaobao, who visited the beach the day after the incident, several statues of gods were placed on the concrete slab where the foetus was found.

The reporter also adds that many people were camping and having a barbeque nearby the incident site.

Illegal to Hide a Child’s Birth

In Singapore, it is illegal to conceal the identity of an individual’s birth by secretly disposing of their remains.

This law remains constant, regardless of whether the individual died before, during or after birth.

If a person is found guilty of this offence, they can face up to two years in jail, a fine, or both.

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