Apparently, alcohol is truth nectar: People are more likely to offer up their most honest thoughts and feelings while intoxicated. To find out if there is any truth to that famous quote, we decided to conduct an experiment, all in good fun. What I really love about Singapore is the safety of the country.
A nude man was spotted walking against the flow of traffic along Jalan Sultan before finally lying down on the road. Passers-by tried to aid him by diverting traffic and covering him with a white sheet. What has driven these people goes crazy nowadays.
According to the Stomper, the woman seemed to be deliberately trying to get herself hit by oncoming vehicles. Towards the end of the video, the woman was blocking a taxi as well as a lorry that was turning. Instead of giving way to the vehicles, the naked woman simply continued walking on the road.
Apparently this happened last Saturday night at Holland Village about 11pm. A caucasian man and a chinese lady. Walking down non-chalantly, buck naked along Holland Village. Stopping to talk to diners, waving, etc?
Amusement park rides may be fun, but their regulation is no laughing matter. The Building and Construction Authority BCA of Singapore regulates amusement ride safety through the Act, including installation, operation, modification, maintenance and repair of amusement rides. Before each ride is open to the public, BCA engineers work with the operator to ensure that rides comply with safety standards.
A stark naked man was spotted crossing a road at Serangoon North Ave 1 without a care for the pouring rain or shocked road users, yesterday evening around 8pm. Sharing a video capturing the incident, netizen Lee told reporters that she was driving her car with her husband and two young daughters aged seven and ten in tow, when she slowed down for a pedestrian crossing the road. It was only when Lee took a closer look that she was shocked to find that the man was completely nude as he crossed the street and continued strolling down the sidewalk.
Posted by alvinology Jan 26, dirty old man The girl, Eng Kai Er is a Singaporean. The start of the new year and people are starting to get naked.
Expats and locals jostle side-by-side in Holland V. We are pretty sure that after you come to know her history, culture and many allures, she will have a hold on you as it had on so many over the decades. This web site captures the hidden treasures, cosmopolitan culture and magic of this wonderful village. So, allow us to tell you more about her.
We've put together a list of 16 things you might be surprised to find are illegal in the country, from singing offensive songs to spitting. Penalties are subject to rise with each conviction, but certain chewing gums that have medical benefits will be allowed. If you're caught singing or uttering songs that have either obscene lyrics or obscene "ballads" in any public place, you'll face a punishment of imprisonment for up to three months, a fine, or even both.