As Singaporeans would surely attest to, Yishun is home to many anomalies.
A diverse range of murder cases…
Yeah, Yishun sounds pretty frightening. And it’s not even at night yet.
Recently, however, the ‘much-maligned’ town has been experiencing a break of sorts, with weird incidents taking a slight downturn (much to our entire office’s surprise).
But much like everything else…
A relapse was always gonna happen.
Yishun Resident Who Was Allegedly Harassed By Gangsters Uploaded Police Report Without Hiding His Personal Details
That’s right, people; you guys didn’t read the headline wrong. Yishun’s back, and this time it’s two anomalies, conjoined by one common phase:
- Uploading of personal details without censorship
And in case you’re wondering, the incident first came to light on 31 March.
Julius Chen, who’s the Yishun resident in question, had uploaded a police report to the social media site Facebook alongside the caption:
“I just went to report about, what happened to me yesterday night. Please beware of this Blk 414, there are a lot of gangsters around, make sure you people don’t get extorted by a man, full of tattoos, and keep off from him.“
And as mentioned, Chen did not bother to censor his personal details, despite the police report painting a story that seemed to require otherwise.
According to the report, a tattooed man, also known as “Tiger Boy”, had allegedly forced Chen to cough up S$100 a couple of years ago because Tiger Boy had apparently been offended by Chen’s face.