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For four months, the maid said, her employer requested a 1.5-hour massage every night until her hands became stiff.

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One foreign domestic worker complained on social media that her employer asked her to massage her hands every night until they were stiff.

In an anonymous post on Singapore’s Facebook page FDW (Forum for Working Conditions), the maid wrote that she had been with her employer for four months. Each night, the helper wrote, “I was asked to massage my hands for an hour and a half until they were stiff.”

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Pasir Ris Staycation Chalets cost S$300+ per night, even with cracked walls, chipped paint, stains and greenish mildew

Photo: FB Screengrab/Heritage Chalet

A TikToker guest named Keegennn posted a video on Friday (September 23) showing flaws in an accommodation at Heritage Chalet in Pasir Ris.

He captioned the video, “When I asked if the room had been cleaned beforehand, the woman said yes, and another member of staff said, ‘I just cleaned it this morning.’

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Man tumbles onto Serangoon road in front of oncoming vehicle and demands S$100 from driver

Photo: FB screengrab/Beh Chia Lor – Singapore Road

The camera caught a man falling onto the road in front of an oncoming car. This appears to be another case of bogus accident fraud.

A video of the incident was shared on Facebook pages Beh Chia Lor – Singapore Road and ROADS.sg, noting it occurred on 29th September.

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A Singapore Airlines passenger threatened a bomb and attacked a flight attendant.Fighter jets escort Singapore Airlines plane to Changi Airport

Photo: Twitter screengrab/veratheape

A photo of the man suspected of causing the bombing went viral, and passengers on the same flight also shared what happened on Twitter, noting that the incident delayed their flight by four hours.

“Fighters were circling us for quite some time before we landed. I didn’t.” said a Twitter user.

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Labor Party invites all Singaporeans under 40 to join WP Policy Challenge 2022

Photo: FB Screengrab/Youth Workers Party (WPYW)

In a video released Wednesday morning (September 28), a prominent leader of the Workers’ Party invited Singaporeans under the age of 40 to participate in the WP Policy Challenge 2022.

Nicole Shi, Member of the WP’s Central Executive Committee (CEC) as President of the Youth DivisionAljunied GRC Member of Parliament Gerald Giam and Sengkang GRC MP Jamus Lim have issued invitations to attend WP’s event from October 2nd to November 13th.

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