Maggots inside eggs from Giant Sembawang — ‘check your eggs properly before buying’
A concerned member of the public warned others to be careful when purchasing eggs after discovering live maggots “clawing out from the eggs inside”.
“My son bought three egg trays from one of the 24-hour Giant (outlet) at Sembawang,” said Facebook page Complaint Singapore member Thet Aung on Sunday (June 26). When Ms Aung opened the tray, she made an alarming discovery.
ComfortDelGro taxi driver ‘dumps’ 88-year-old woman with dementia at the wrong place and leaves, charges S$30 for trip
A concerned daughter took to social media to highlight a taxi driver’s irresponsible behaviour after leaving her mother with dementia along with their new helper at Toh Tuck Drive instead of Toh Yi Drive.
Complaint Singapore Facebook page member Agnes Ho had booked a ComfortDelGro taxi on June 25 for her 88-year-old mother and their new helper. They were supposed to have lunch at her auntie’s house at Blk 7 Toh Yi Drive. “But the irresponsible driver dumped them at a wrong destination, Toh Tuck Drive, and left,” wrote Ms Ho.
LTA cracks down over 120 errant riders: PMDs on roads & footpaths, bicycles without handbrakes
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) held a week-long operation monitoring active mobility users, putting over 120 errant riders to task.
They monitored around 20 areas, catching power-assisted bicycle (PAB) and personal mobility device (PMD) users flouting the road rules.
‘Illegal procession?’ — Lee Hsien Yang asks after police confiscate t-shirts with anti-death penalty slogans worn by 2 activists
Lee Hsien Yang, the brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, asked a question that may have been on many people’s minds after hearing about two activists whose t-shirts were confiscated by the police last week.
On Friday (June 24) Kirsten Han and Rocky Howe were questioned by the police for two offences. Both activists were wearing different shirts with anti-death penalty slogans during the process.
Lawyer MRavi ordered to pay additional $20,000 to AGC: Crowdfunding continues
While still in the midst of raising funds to pay thousands of dollars in costs in connection with death row penalty cases, lawyer Ravi M Ravi, along with an associate, was ordered by the High Court to pay an additional $20,000 to the Attorney-General’s Chambers.
High Court judge Valerie Thean said in a judgment released on Thursday (June 23) that Mr Ravi and Cheng Kim Kuan, his supervising solicitor, are liable to pay the costs of a failed application by 17 death row inmates who alleged ethnic bias.
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