Unknown Starhub Mobile Number Registered To Man Due To Identity Theft

An anonymous member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group had sent us a complaint against Starhub, a major telco (Telecommunications Company) in Singapore. According to the complainant, he recently went to the Starhub outlet at NEX (a regional shopping mall at Serangoon, Singapore area) with the intention to subscribe to a new mobile plan, however, he was shocked when the customer service staff told him that he got an outstanding bill for an unknown mobile line that was registered to his name, but under an unrelated company and address at:…

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SMJ95U – BMW PHV Car Abruptly Changed Lane And Started Heated Dispute With Cam Driver

An anonymous member of our Facebook group – “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” had forwarded us a complaint in regards to the driving violation of a Private Hire Vehicle (PHV) driver on a BMW 218i along Yio Chu Kang Road towards the direction of CTE expressway, on 15 January 2023 at about 11:15am. *Identities are masked for privacy concern. *Identities are masked for privacy concern. According to the complainant, the said PHV driver had abruptly cut into his lane along Yio Chu Kang Road to turn into the CTE (Central) expressway. As such, the…

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CNA Interviews COMPLAINT SINGAPORE On Doxxing Matters in Singapore (7 Aug 2022)

After a dramatic video of a woman ripping a licence plate off a car at Tuas Second Link went viral last month. Online vigilantes eventually found out the woman and her husband’s names and their place of employment. They also found the name of her son and published all the information online – *Quoted. A police report was subsequently lodged on the alleged doxxing of the woman and her family, which lead to this latest news article by CNA (Channel NewsAsia) on “When revealing a person’s identity becomes a crime: What is…

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Lost Cargo Bicycle Found With Help From Members of COMPLAINT SINGAPORE!

A member of “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group, posted in our group seeking help to find her missing cargo bicycle since 5 July 2022, from the bicycle parking lot area below 8B Upper Boon Keng Road. According to the member, the cargo bicycle is for her pet dog – Peacher, who is sick since 25 June 2022, and needed it in order to travel around Singapore. A police report was lodged. Within hours, members replied and help share the said post to other online media etc. One member, “Leo Andrew” saw…

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Cars Spotted Racing Along ECP On 8 Jan 2022 At About 2.44am

An anonymous member of our COMPLAINT SINGAPORE Facebook group sent us videos showing many cars spotted racing along ECP (East Coast Parkway) expressway on 8 Jan 2022 at around 2.44am (till about 3am), creating noise pollution to residents staying along the expressway, with their loud engine. Source: Anonymous Member In the videos provided by the member, many cars are spotted racing along ECP expressway, creating lots of disturbance to residents nearby and along the stretch of the expressway. According to the complainant, there are more than one group of cars…

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FBC5668B & FBF8042X Riding Around Blk 53 Lengkok Bahru Carpark Creating Nuisance

An anonymous member of our COMPLAINT SINGAPORE Facebook group sent us videos showing a group of young people congregating at Blk 53 and 54 Lengkok Bahru open carpark area on 29 November 2021, at about 12.00am to 1.20am. According to the complainant, there were 2 motorcycles: FBC5668B (with a probationary plate) and FBF8042X creating lots of noise pollution and nuisance when the bikers are riding around the vicinity. Source: Anonymous (*name is masked for privacy concern) Riders on FBF8042X were also spotted not wearing any safety helmet and face mask…

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ComfortDelGro Taxi Failed To Signal When Changing Lane Along Upper Bukit Timah Road

A member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group sent us a video showing a ComfortDelGro taxi – SHC 1851 T, failed to signal when changing lane along Upper Bukit Timah Road towards Hillview¬†Road & subsequently drove across double continuous white lines, on 20 Sept 2021 at about 12.40pm. Source: Anonymous Member (*identity is masked for privacy concern) Under the Road Traffic Act (RTA), the offence for changing lane without signaling is a $70 fine for light vehicles; and the penalty for crossing double white lines or a road divider is…

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Man Spotted Pouring Unknown Fluid Down From A HDB Unit

An anonymous member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group sent us a video to show a neighbour staying above him, pouring unknown fluid down from his HDB unit at Blk 612B Punggol Drive, Singapore 822612 – Damai Grove estate. According to the complainant, the said fluid smelled like urine with a foul smell. Despite complainant had confronted the man before, the man continued with his inconsiderate act. Source: Anonymous Member(*Identity is masked for privacy concern) According to the complainant, the incident had occurred for a period exceeding one year, with…

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Hair-Like Item Found In Belgium Chocolate Bun From Swee Heng Bakery!

An anonymous member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group sent us some photographs showing a hair-like item found inside a Belgium Chocolate Bun purchased from a “Swee Heng Bakery” branch at Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange, #01-04. Source: Anonymous Member (*Identity is masked for privacy concern) According to the complainant, the Belgium Chocolate Bun was purchased on 15 September 2021 at about 12.49pm. After consuming halfway, a white hair-line foreign item was found in the said bun. Fortunately, the complainant spotted the foreign item and did not consumed it. Subsequently, complainant did approached the said “Swee Heng…

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Lady Spotted Vaping On A MRT Train In Singapore

A member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group sent us a video showing a lady vaping on a MRT train after Outram MRT Station, on 15 September 2021 at about 3.10pm. In the video, a lady was seen placing a device which resembles to an e-cigarette into her mouth and started inhaling. Throughout the video, she was also seen not wearing her face mask properly, which is an offence in Singapore. Source: KCW *Note: Identity is masked for privacy concern Under Section 16(2A) of the Tobacco (Control of Advertisements and…

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