S’porean Youths Caught On Camera Posing For Selfies At The Edge Of Building


I believe in natural selection.

You know, there’s already too much stupidity going on in our modern day society. From eating tide pods to risking your life on top of a building, we are being constantly bombarded with news about stupid people doing stupid things.

And Singapore has no shortage of such fools either.

On 21 Jan, a Stomper was cycling near Punggol MRT station when she saw two figures standing close to the edge of a nearby building.

On the rooftop. Sigh.

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“They had climbed over some railing or barrier to take photos on the edge of the building,” said the Stomper. “It’s crazy how kids nowadays are willing to do all this for the sake of a photo.”

Precisely. The railings are there for a reason. Somehow, these people thought it would be a good idea to climb over the railings just for some photos.

The Stomper also added that: “They should be more aware of their surroundings instead of climbing around like this.”

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Look, I could care less if something were to happen to these numbskulls. The only thing I’m worried about is the possibility that there could be people standing at the base of the building if they fall.

I believe that collateral damage is always the worst kind of damage if the people involved are innocent. Seems unfair that others have to pay for their stupidity, doesn’t it?

Like what our Sergeants from NS always say, “you want die, ownself go die, don’t drag everyone with you”.

Maybe these ginnas haven’t been through NS yet, who knows. If something were to happen to them, I can’t imagine how sad the people who care for them will actually be.

Always think about the consequences of your actions before actually doing anything! In other words, don’t be a selfish bastard.

That’s all.

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