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…Read More
Illegal Group Gathering At Blk 478A Yishun Street 44 Link Bridge Area
An anonymous member of our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” Facebook group sent us some photographs of a group of people infringing recent enhanced COVID19 measures in Singapore, by hanging outside and chatting loudly, playing card games and drinking beverages at the link bridge connecting between Blk 478A and 478B Yishun Street 44 on 22 May 2021 at about 10.30pm. Source: F.X. (*identity is masked for privacy concern) Under the recent enhanced COVID19 measures in Singapore, which is effective from 16 May to 13 June 2021, there are many new restrictions such as…Read More
Yacht Suspended For Group Partying Onboard Near Lazarus Island (MPA)
After publishing a video from at our “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE“‘s official YouTube Channel on 27th December 2020 about a big group spotted having a Christmas party onboard a yacht anchored near the Lazarus Island, local authority had taken necessary investigation and had taken the action. In a media release on Saturday, 23rd January 2021, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said that the pleasure craft, ADVANT, will be suspended for 30 days for the incident on 26th December 2020. *Read more details of the article HERE. Watch the original…Read More
Phishing Advertisement Post Imitating Local Bank in Singapore!
A member of our Complaint Singapore Facebook Group had reported to us a suspected phishing “SPONSORED” advertisement post in Facebook, trying to imitate a local bank in Singapore. At first glance, the Facebook post looks like a normal “SPONSORED” advertisement, claiming the said local bank is having a “campaign” for iPhone at an attractive promotional price. Source: Kent N. (*full name is masked for privacy concerns) When a unsuspecting person click on the “APPLY NOW” button at the bottom of the said Facebook advertisement post, it will directly link to…Read More
Dead Grasshopper Found in Vegetable Rice!
An anonymous member of “Complaint Singapore” reported to us an incident which happened on 1 October 2020 at Cathay Cineleisure (Cineleisure Orchard) at 8 Grange Road, at a “Mixed Vegetable Rice” stall within the mall. According to the complainant, after ordering some food from the said food stall, she found a dead grasshopper inside the cooked vegetable that she was eating.. Complainant then approached the stall to report the incident to the stall manager, and questioned them for their food hygiene practices, however, rather than apologizing, the manager got so…Read More
Mess Created At Seating Area Of Blk 244 Clementi Ave 5
A member of “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” had reported to us that since 2018 at the void deck area of Blk 344 Clementi Avenue 5, right next to a staircase area, there are always rubbish left on the public sitting area, and dirtied wall are spotted nearby too. Source: Mohamad F.S. (*full name is masked for privacy concerns) Recently the table and chairs, and the nearby wall nearby the sitting area are newly-painted, but it seems the same group of inconsiderate people are still creating the same mess and dirtied the wall…Read More
Kids Playing With Fire At Public Place
An anonymous member of our Complaint Singapore Facebook group, sent us a few video clips showing 2 unknown kids playing with fire nearby Blk 44 Sims Drive on 7 June 2020 at around 5.30pm, they shortly left the premise before authority’s arrival.. Under Singapore law, the offence of “Mischief by Fire” under Section 435 of the Penal Code, is punishable on conviction with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 7 years, and shall also be liable to fine. Note: The reason why the anonymous member had sent us…Read More
SFA Addressing to Video of Man Blowing Into Plastic Bags of Papadums
The Singapore Food Agency – SFA had posted on their official Facebook page addressing to the recent video circulating, showing a man using his bare hands to pack “Papadums” into plastic bags, and at the same time blowing air from his mouth, into the plastic bags, before tying it up for sale. Based on the video post, which was also posted on our Complaint Singapore Facebook group, the reported location was at Blk 724 Clementi West Street 2, however SFA reported there are no such food shop at the vicinity,…Read More
Declare Face Masks & Sanitisers At Singapore Customs!
Seems like our Singapore Customs are going all out against people bringing in “Face Masks” and “Sanitisers” via various Customs checkpoints in Singapore.. An online Facebook user posted a receipt showing that he was paid an unspecified tax (or duty) of S$25.20 for 7 boxes of face masks reportedly! It is unknown if the said user had failed to declare the masks to the Singapore Customs, but it is clearly indicated on prominent signages, placed before the Singapore Customs Examination points. Here is the text extract from the original post:…Read More
Fake Fund Raising Campaign
An online Facebook user posted an incident of a dubious door-to-door fund raising campaign, whereby it was conducted by 2 youths, who presented a suspicious looking permit issued by local authority.. Upon some investigation online, it was discovered that the campaign had actually ended and the permit’s validity period was intentionally erased away to hide the illegal act. *Note: All identities are masked to protect the privacy of all parties. Below is the fund raising campaign material presented by the suspicious youths: Here is the extract of the original post:…Read More