We all know that Singapore is a country that is fast-paced and stressful.
And you’ve been hearing all sorts of crazy stuff happening in Singapore on the net.
No, I’m not talking about the recent Singapore president election.
I’m talking about things like stripping to your birthday suit and walking around giving people nightmares.
Legit. it really happened. And quite recently also. And it took place in the east.
Here’s what you need to know.
Man walked along Tampines, ride the bus naked
According to STOMP, a man was spotted walking along a road in Tampines on 14 Sep in the morning.
He was in the nude except for his shoes and a lanyard around his neck. He was also spotted carrying a mobile phone around with him.
And if that wasn’t enough, he even took a bus as well.
I can imagine how the poor passengers feel. It’s like a horrific accident, one where you can’t tear your eyes away from.
And why the heck did the bus driver let him in? Is he like thinking, Oh, he pays. As long as he pays, it’s okay, because #SOP
Although he proved that this is really the digital age because no clothes? Never mind.
Most importantly, you must bring your mobile phone along.
The police have released a statement, “On Sep 14, 2017, at 7.41am, the police were alerted to a case of obscene act in the vicinity of Tampines. Police investigations are ongoing.”
However, no arrest has been made yet.
And he’s not the only one.
Check out the lady who danced in the rain for 8 hours…in her underwear a couple of days earlier
This time it’s a lady who decided to cool herself down.
According to Lianhe Zaobao, by dancing in the rain. For 8 hours.
On 10 Sep 2017 at 7 am, passersby spotted a woman dancing at Bedok Town Centre.
At first, they didn’t pay attention to her. But her dance moves got even stranger.
At 3 pm, she was still dancing even though it had rained for quite some time.
Suddenly, she was down to her underwear and walked around.
Proving themselves faster than the residents of Tampines, she wasn’t given much air time before the police were called in.
The woman was sent to the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) for a psychiatric assessment.
She was accompanied by her family.
All I can say is, at least this didn’t happen in Yishun.
The two people might have been tackled to the ground by presidential security and arrested indefinitely for attacking the president’s precious sight. #JustSaying
And did anyone notice that both incidents happened in the east? Is the east of Singapore like much hotter?
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