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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Lady Dound A Coiled Rubber Band Inside A Packet Of Calbee Granola!

A member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group had posted a complaint in which she found a coiled rubber band inside a packet of Calbee Granola which she purchased from an outlet of DON DON DONKI Singapore. According to the complainant, she nearly swallowed the said rubber band as the color and texture are similar to the granola. Luckily this is not fed to any children or the elderly, if not, the consequence will be severe. The case is already reported to relevant authority for investigation. Source: Jessie Yeo Below…

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Man Found Cockroach Leg In Ice Coffee!

A member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group forwarded us his complaint post where he found what seems like “cockroach leg” inside the ice coffee he ordered from Ya Kun Kaya Toast, located at Raffles Place on 18 August 2021 at around 1.40pm. According to the complainant, he had already reported the incident to the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) for investigation, and possibly, further action against the said errant merchant. Source: Greg Pan Below is the original complaint text: “I don’t usually post anything online but I feel the need…

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Killiney Kopitiam Failed To Have Proper Safe Management Measures

An anonymous member of our COMPLAINT SINGAPORE Facebook group, sent us videos showing the Killiney Kopitiam outlet at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, failed to have proper Safe Management Measures & did not conduct proper checks for diners before entering into its premise, since 10 August 2021 till today. Source: Anonymous Member (*identity is masked for privacy concern) Here is the original text extract of the anonymous member’s complaint: “Hi, i wish to stay annoynmous and would like to share about an air conditioned eatery that has no safe management measures…

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BMW 530i Car Drove Against The Flow Of Traffic Along Tembeling Road

An anonymous member of our COMPLAINT SINGAPORE Facebook group, sent us a video showing a BMW 530i dark blue car – SS 5555 H, drove against the flow of traffic along Tembeling Road on 5 July 2021 at about 8.45pm. Despite the warnings by the complainant (in-camera vehicle) and several pedestrians, the car still proceed on and drove off in a dangerous manner, and subsequently entered a carpark nearby. Source: Y.A. (*identity is masked for privacy concern) Under Section 64 (1) of the Road Traffic Act (RTA) of Singapore, for driving…

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Rotten Bun Bought From Tiong Bahru Jian Bo Shui Kueh

A member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group, who wish to stay anonymous, sent us some photographs showing that the steamed bun ( “pau” or “蒸包“ ) she purchased from a “Jian Bo” outlet located at the coffeeshop of Block 444 Pasir Ris Drive 6, #01-102, Singapore 510444. According to the complainant, on 18th June 2021 at about 11.30am, she purchased a big steamed pork bun ( “猪肉大包” ) from the said outlet. As soon as she reached home, and gave her child a bite at the bun, there was…

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Moudly Noodles Found From “Beauty In The Pot”

An anonymous member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group sent us some photographs to show that the noodles (La Mian – 拉面) ordered from “Beauty in the Pot – 美滋锅” were mouldy. The item was purchased from their outlet at “KINEX” located at 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #03-38, Singapore 437157, on 4 June 2021 and delivered around evening time. The member then immediately feedback to them via both their official email address and Facebook messenger, however, they were left unanswered after many days of waiting. Source: KT (*identity is masked for…

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Woman Found Unknown Item After Finishing A Cup Of Milk Tea!

*UPDATE: Reply from “I Love Taimei 我愛台妹” at Punggol Waterway Point on 10 June 2021: Hi C.T. With reference to our teleconversation today, thank you for your time and please accept our sincere apology for the unpleasant experience you had encountered on 17 May 2021 in your drink and that it was a blue pea flower that was unintentionally slipped from the filtering process. As explained, we have since immediately highlight the issue to all our team crew with more mindful when preparing drink. We also apologise for the delay…

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