Stories you may have missed, September 27th

A customer claims the stall lady was rude and refused to serve his wife, but witnesses dispute his story

Photo: FB Screengrab/Complaint Singapore

A customer who allegedly refused to serve his wife by a stall attendant took to social media to complain, but a woman who was there when the incident occurred disputed his story.

“Wife Q of Blk 409 Food Hawker Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 who ordered the Vegetarian Curry Mee Hoon. A lady in a white mask who helped out at the store answered that they didn’t have mie fungus, so my wife changed the curry to rice and said they didn’t have rice and said, “I don’t want to sell it to you.” ’ And she called the next person. This kind of rude behavior is unacceptable. Do not eat at this stall. Poor service. ”

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‘Singapore’s Dream is to Hench Oysters’ — Singaporeans share their thoughts on what the ‘Singapore Dream’ has become today…

How to make a dramatic career change in Singapore

A Singaporean has started a serious online discussion about the Singapore Dream.Netizens commented, “It’s Strange oysters”— The Malay phrase literally means “to step on” or “to march on the spot”, but it is also an expression used to refer to stagnant careers.

Online users on Sunday (September 25) shared their thoughts on the country’s unique social ladder in an online news forum. The headline grabbed the attention: “Singapore’s dream Strawberry oyster”.

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Thai Singaporean woman accidentally eats cannabis in noodle soup, says ‘looked like Cancun’

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A Singaporean woman accidentally ate cannabis-infused noodle soup while on vacation in Chiang Rai, Thailand. Using cannabis abroad is also a crime for Singaporeans.

She thought the green leaves in her soup were kankon, but the next day she saw cannabis leaves on the menu next to a photo of the “very good” soup she ordered, and she realized that found that he had ingested cannabis.

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Prank gone wrong: Thai tourists stop by Changi Airport for bringing over S$20,000 in undeclared cash

Photo: TikTok screengrab/iamsungstarwin

This incident, which started as a prank, took a Thai tourist into custody who brought in more than 20,000 Singapore dollars in cash at Changi Airport, and he didn’t know that he had to declare the amount.

A video of the incident was posted on TikTok by Sungstarwin. Sungstarwin elaborated on what happened to him at the airport.

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Man complains about his ‘uncaring’ Filipino neighbor leaving flowerpots in front of his door, but netizens urge him to settle the matter peacefully

Photo: FB Screengrab/Complaint Singapore

Netizens took to social media to complain about his “extremely inconsiderate Filipino neighbor.”

His main complaint with them is that “they put the flower pots in front of my door”. This is because

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