Monday, 19 August 2019

Man who shared photos of himself sniffing stolen panties arrested

Man who posted on Instagram of him sniffing allegedly stolen panties arrested
A 34-year-old man who uploaded multiple posts on social media of him sniffing allegedly stolen female undergarments has been arrested, said the police on Friday (16 August)

The police said that he was arrested for his suspected involvement in a case of public nuisance at about 4.30am on Friday, less than eight hours after receiving the first of multiple reports on three Instagram posts uploaded by the man.

The man, who goes by Wei Ming Lim, had also uploaded a photo of a pair of stolen black shorts, along with a caption claiming that he had ejaculated on it and hung it back where he took it at Choa Chu Kang Street 51.

“This is three days’ worth of load,” the caption said.

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Man arrested after posting photos of women’s undergarments he allegedly took while gallivanting in housing estates
Uh-oh, pervert alert

One man known as Wei Ming Lim recently drew attention to himself when he posted photos of women’s undergarments that he allegedly swiped from people living in housing estates like Tampines and Yew Tee.

The lewd photos included a selfie of himself holding up a lacy pink G-string, while the caption said that he had gone “public panty sniffing” at Block 356 Tampines Street 33. The 34-year-old was arrested for public nuisance at 4.30am today, after several reports were lodged against him yesterday, police said in a statement. He will be charged in court tomorrow and could subsequently be fined up to S$1,000 if convicted.

But it doesn’t just stop there. Dude also claimed he had masturbated onto one of the undergarments before hanging it back to dry. (We hope, for the wearer’s sake, that the soiled item was tossed in the trash.)

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Singapore Man Goes Viral After Posting Photos of Himself Sniffing Women’s Used Underwear
Some people are just so perverted, they can’t help publicizing their own tendencies to the public

A man recently went viral for his perverted habit of sniffing panties and posting the pictures of himself doing so on Instagram. It is believed that the man had taken women’s undergarments from housing estates such as Tampines and Yew Tee in Singapore, and posting the pictures of himself in the act online.

One of the photos that was widely circulated showed him holding a lacy pink G-string with the caption stating, “Public Sniffing. Block 356 Tampines Street 33”.

According to Coconuts, the man had also claimed to masturbating on one piece of stolen underwear before hanging it back to dry. The phrase ‘pcc’ actually refers to the Hokkien saying “phah ch’ew ch’eng”, or literally, “fire a hand-gun”. To put it more plainly, it’s slang for male masturbation.

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Alleged panty-sniffer, 34, arrested by S’pore police for public nuisance
News of a panty-sniffer who uploaded his escapades to Instagram exploded on Aug. 15, 2019

On Aug. 16, the police confirmed that they have arrested at 34-year-old man for his suspected involvement in a case of public nuisance.

The police received multiple reports of the Instagram posts on Aug. 15.

Officers from Jurong Police Division managed to establish the identity of the man and arrested him on Aug. 16, at about 4.30am.

related: Man puts selfies of his panty-sniffing escapades in Tampines & Choa Chu Kang on Instagram

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Panties-sniffing suspect behind lewd Instagram account nabbed

It takes a twisted or/and unsound mind for someone to post up disturbing pictures of panties-sniffing pursuits on Instagram. Defying everything that is pure and good in this world, a local man did just that on a public Instagram account — which has thankfully been taken down.

In other news that’ll bring relief to everyone, the cops have since nabbed the 34-year-old individual allegedly behind the sick Instagram page. Hours after multiple police reports were lodged about the offending posts, officers from Jurong Police Division managed to establish his identity and cuffed him early this morning at about 4.30am.

Screenshots of his lewd posts made their rounds on social media yesterday, in which he captured selfies with panties he apparently found while scouring an HDB block in Tampines. The man wasn’t bashful about it either — he geotagged his exact location and was unafraid of showing his face for all to see.

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Man who shared photos of himself sniffing female undergarments arrested
Multiple police reports were made regarding the man's three Instagram posts

A 34-year-old man who posted photos on social media of himself sniffing female undergarments and performing "lewd acts" along the common corridor of a Housing and Development Board block in Choa Chu Kang has been arrested.

Multiple police reports were lodged on Thursday (Aug 15) regarding three Instagram posts made by the man, the Singapore Police Force said in a statement on Friday.

His posts showed a photograph of a pair of black shorts, a photograph of a pink female undergarment, and a photograph of himself in Tampines with a pink female undergarment in his shirt pocket.

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Man arrested over lewd Instagram posts of himself sniffing female undergarments
One of the photos the man posted on his Instagram account, which has since been taken down. PHOTO: INSTAGRAM

A 34-year-old man was arrested on Friday (Aug 16) for allegedly uploading Instagram posts of himself sniffing female undergarments at a Choa Chu Kang Housing Board (HDB) block.

The police said in a statement that they received several reports on Thursday about the three Instagram posts uploaded by the man, who allegedly carried out the lewd acts along the HDB common corridor.

Photos of the man's Instagram posts were circulating online on Thursday evening.

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Suspect arrested for posting lewd photos on Instagram

A 34-year-old man was arrested on Friday (Aug 16) for posting lewd photos on Instagram.

Police said in a news release that it received multiple reports on Thursday regarding three posts uploaded by the man.

The posts include photos of the man “sniffing female undergarments and performing lewd acts along the common corridor of an HDB block in Choa Chu Kang”, it added.

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Sunday, 18 August 2019

PM Lee's NDR speech 2019


8 things to know about PM Lee Hsien Loong's speech
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaks at the National Day Rally at Institute of Technical Education College Central campus in Ang Mo Kio, on Aug 18, 2019.ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, in his National Day Rally speech on Sunday (Aug 18), discussed the challenges facing Singapore and the steps that the Government will take to renew the city for the next century.

In Singapore's bicentennial year, he called on Singaporeans to carry the grit and resolve of their forefathers in tackling difficulties ahead, such as a slowing economy, trade tensions between the United States and China, and climate change.

Here are eight things to know from his speech:
  • GOVERNMENT TO 'PROMPTLY RESPOND' IF ECONOMIC SITUATION WORSENS
  • MAKING PRE-SCHOOL MORE AFFORDABLE - JUST LIKE PUBLIC HOUSING
  • TERTIARY FEES TO GO DOWN, GOVERNMENT BURSARIES TO BE ENHANCED
  • RAISING RETIREMENT AND RE-EMPLOYMENT AGES FROM 2022
  • INCREASING CPF CONTRIBUTION RATES FOR OLDER WORKERS
  • PREPARING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND RISING SEA LEVELS
  • BUILDING 'PUNGGOL BY THE BAY'
  • DEVELOPING PULAU BRANI

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From retirement age to climate change, here are 9 things you need to know
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong ends his Mandarin speech during the National Day Rally on Aug 18, 2019. (Photo: Gaya Chandramohan)

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong unveiled plans to raise the retirement age and re-employment age by 2030, and to increase CPF contributions for older workers in the National Day Rally on Sunday (Aug 18).

He also announced measures to make education affordable - from pre-schoolers to students in tertiary institutions. Mr Lee touched on current global issues as well, such as climate change and the US-China trade tensions, and how they affect Singapore.

Here are the main takeaways from his speech: 
  • RETIREMENT AGE TO INCREASE TO 65 BY 2030
  • HIGHER CPF CONTRIBUTIONS
  • REDUCED UNIVERSITY, POLYTECHNIC FEES FOR LOWER-INCOME STUDENTS 
  • MORE PRE-SCHOOL SUBSIDIES  
  • “GRAVE” CHALLENGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE 
  • SO WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE?
  • ANOTHER UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE?
  • SINGAPORE APPROACH TO US-CHINA TENSIONS "PRINCIPLED"
  • MALAYS IN SINGAPORE HAVE "UNIQUE IDENTITY"
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PM Lee’s National Day Rally 2019 summarised into 16 things


But amid concerns over a possible recession, and speculation of an upcoming general election, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong instead chose to focus on the long term.

After mentioning the past by referencing Singapore’s ongoing Bicentennial commemoration, PM Lee unveiled his plans for “renewing the city for the next century”, in terms of both its infrastructure and the people.

The much-speculated announcement on changes to retirement ages was made, but climate change and education were also emphasised in his 2019 address:
  • Education
  • Financial support for preschool
  • Preschool should be treated like housing and healthcare
  • More financial support for tertiary education
  • More support for medical students
  • Schools should set up their own bursaries
  • Workers living longer, highest life expectancy
  • Both employers and employees need to help seniors work productively
  • Raising retirement and re-employment age, along with CPF contributions
  • Gradual increases in retirement age
  • Increase CPF contributions for older workers
  • CPF withdrawal policy to remain unchanged
  • Singapore’s “gravest” threat
  • Treat climate change defences like how we treat SAF
  • Redeveloping and revitalising the Greater Southern Waterfront area
  • Looking back and looking forward

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National Day Rally 2019: The cheat sheet

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made a slew of announcements related to climate change, education and older workers at the National Day Rally on Sunday (Aug 18). He also spoke about the economy and how the ongoing tensions between the United States and China could have an impact on how Singaporeans live and travel.

Here’s all you need to know about the three speeches he delivered:
  • A major focus of Mr Lee’s English speech was the challenge posed by climate change and, in particular, rising sea levels to Singapore’s existence.
  • Mr Lee also outlined the steps that the Government has already taken in recent years to prepare Singapore for the effects of climate change, and what it plans to do next.
  • In a widely anticipated move, Mr Lee announced that the retirement age will be raised from 62 to 65, while the re-employment age will be raised from 67 to 70.
  • To make preschool fees affordable for more Singaporean households, Mr Lee said the Government will raise the income ceiling for those seeking extra subsidies to S$12,000 next year, from S$7,500 now.
  • Higher education will be made cheaper for Singaporeans, especially those from lower-income households.
  • Pulau Brani, now home to a port terminal, will be redeveloped to host new attractions similar to Universal Studios on Sentosa, Mr Lee said, as the Greater Southern Waterfront will be rebuilt and revitalised with more housing, office space and lifestyle areas.
  • The trade war between the United States and China could result in Singapore having to decide which telecommunications system to install and Singaporeans needing to carry multiple phones overseas, Mr Lee noted.
  • Mr Lee acknowledged that the Singapore economy has been slowing down, but said that the current situation does not warrant immediate stimulus measures.

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Singapore PM outlines priorities for government agenda during National Day Rally

Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong unveiled here Sunday evening a slew of initiatives to enhance people's welfare and better protect the environment amid global economic uncertainties.

Speaking at the country's National Day Rally which is regarded as the most important political speech of the year, he noted that while Singapore's current economic slowdown has also been affected by a weakening global demand and international trade, there is no need for immediate economic stimulus measures yet.

During the rally held at the Institute of Technical Education College Central, Lee added that the Singapore government is ready to step in promptly if the situation worsens.

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Follow ST’s live coverage of PM Lee’s speech from 6.45pm on Aug 18
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will outline the Government's upcoming plans and priorities at the annual National Day Rally speech on Sunday (Aug 18) PHOTO: ST FILE

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will deliver the annual National Day Rally speech on Sunday (Aug 18) at the Institute of Technical Education College Central campus in Ang Mo Kio.


This will be his 16th time giving the rally speech, which is widely viewed as the most important political speech of the year, where the Prime Minister outlines the Government's upcoming plans and priorities.


He will speak in Malay and Mandarin from 6.45pm to 7.30pm, and in English from 8.15pm to 9.30pm.


related: PM Lee to discuss climate change in National Day Rally speech


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PM Lee to talk about Singapore's response to climate change at National Day Rally

Stressing Singapore’s vulnerability to rising sea levels, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Thursday (Aug 15) that he will be talking about Singapore’s response to climate change in his National Day Rally this coming Sunday.

Touching on a subject that he had raised in his recent National Day message, Mr Lee said in a Facebook post: “We must treat climate change very seriously. As a low-lying island, Singapore is particularly vulnerable to rising sea levels.”

In his post, Mr Lee cited a BBC News article that he said gives a “sobering analysis” of how temperatures in 1,000 cities around the world have increased since 1900.

related: National Day Rally 2019 - Catch it here

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Joseph Nathan - Hard Truths of SG 19 hrs

WILL THE HARDSHIP, CONCERNS AND GRIEVANCES FACED BY SINGAPOREANS BE ADDRESSED HOLISTICALLY IN RALLY 2019?

When news broke that PM Lee Hsien Loong will be talking about climate change in his National Day Rally speech this Sunday, some Singaporeans were quite frustrated by the importance he is placing on climate change while others see him using this as an excuse to be imposing some form of Carbon Tax to pay for the expected increase in spending on public infrastructure.

Implication of the PAP’s 10-Million Population Policy:
Beyond these valid concerns which I hope PM Lee will be addressing, I think he should also address the implication of his 10-Million Population Policy, and let us know in specific term how he and his 4G team are going to address the increase in pollution and expected tension, the additional 210,000 metric tons of load that the additional 4.2-million people has on some part of the island where the foundation is largely make up of marine clay, and how our health and well being are being implicated by these changes.

If the health and well being of Singaporeans are going to be gravely impacted by a more stressful living and working environment, then I think we should be concerned as Singapore may literally end up being the Sick Man of Asia with this highly contentious population policy.

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Brad Bowyer shared a post. 9 hrs

One of the two articles I mentioned in Daily Brad episode 13. Well worth the read.

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National Day Rally 2019 to be held on Aug 18

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will deliver the National Day Rally speech on Aug 18 this year, said the Prime Minister's Office on Monday (Mar 11). It will take place at the Institute of Technical Education in Ang Mo Kio, the same venue as last year.

The speech is seen as the most important political speech of the year.

Last year, Mr Lee devoted a large part of his speech to housing concerns, and announced two major schemes to renew Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats. He also announced the Merdeka Generation Package, which will help Singaporeans born in the 1950s with healthcare costs.

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PM Lee Hsien Loong delivers 2019 National Day message