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  2. XianGe

    Male karen

    Looks like an absolute d!CK... Public nuisance
  3. Actually should not place shoes outside .. it's not their property...
  4. Cos hab thinker like chiu then can engineer more futuristic stuff...
  5. Erm he threw 1 down the rubbish chute... He wan another chibaboomz? The snack bars would love him deep deep...
  6. https://store.epicgames.com/en-US/p/borderlands-3 @chamfer
  7. In sinkingland, you post a video of a pipe, you get arrested, in USA, you become a youtuber.
  8. This teenager show potential. Hope the parents can send him out of sg for further education. He might make a name of himself in engineering Sg education too restrictive for creative minds.
  9. A gang of thieves in India returned more than a dozen idols they stole from a 300-year-old temple after claiming to have been haunted by nightmares since the theft. The thieves had stolen 16 idols on 9 May from the Balaji Temple in the most populous Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. However, six days later, they returned 14 of the stolen statues in a sack near the house of the temple’s priest in Chitrakoot district, the police said. “They also left behind a confession letter which said they were returning the idols because they were having scary dreams,” police inspector Rajiv Singh told AFP. According to the police the thieves wrote: “We have not been able to sleep, eat and live peacefully. We are fed up with the scary dreams and are returning your valuables.” The idols, estimated to worth in millions, have been identified by the priest and deposited in the police station. Of the 16 stolen statues, one was made of ‘ashtadhatu’- an alloy of eight metals- weighing about 5kg. Three idols were made of copper and weighed 10 kg while four idols of brass weighed around 15 kg, said the complaint. All the idols were adorned with silver ornaments, the priest told the police. Authorities have lodged a case of theft against unidentified persons under section 380 of the Indian Penal Code and formed two teams to arrest the accused.
  10. Not really engineering brain. Others see me as daydreamer aka siao lang with those wild ideas even now also. That's why i keep quiet and no show concept drawings to anyone.
  11. Wtf, come on man, we need better quality professional crooks, I mean lawyers.
  12. SINGAPORE: A former Drew & Napier lawyer was on Thursday (May 19) ordered to be struck off the roll of advocates and solicitors for taking upskirt and other intrusive photos of his colleague in the office. The man's name cannot be published due to a gag order on his identity. The victim's identity is also protected. He was previously sentenced to four weeks' jail in June 2020, after pleading guilty to two charges of insulting the modesty of a woman. The Court of Three Judges on Thursday released its ruling on disciplinary action against the lawyer after an application by the Law Society of Singapore, which had called for his suspension. In April 2017, the man and the victim were both working late in the office when he decided to take photos of her to "ease his stressful state", noted the court. Pretending to read the victim's computer screen, the man leaned over from behind, resting his body on her chair. He took photos of her brassiere and chest, which were exposed because the neckline of her dress was loose. He went back to his room to view the photos, then returned to the victim's cubicle a few minutes later and took several photos of her underwear before leaving. He looked at all of the photos before deleting them. In October 2017, the man entered the victim's room when she was having lunch. He struck up a conversation and proceeded to take upskirt photos of her. Each time the victim swivelled her chair back to face her desk, the man continued talking to her to get her to turn towards him again. When the victim crossed her legs, the man "asked her whether it was painful for females to sit cross-legged for too long, and how long she could sit in that way", noted the court. He then stood up, rested his buttocks on the victim's desk and pressed his thigh against her upper arm. He subsequently returned to his room and looked at the upskirt photos before deleting them. The victim lodged a police report in November 2017 that a colleague had outraged her modesty and resigned from the firm about a week later. IMPACT ON VICTIM The victim called the man one of her "closest friends" in the office in a victim impact statement, and said she had suffered from nightmares about him after the incidents. She said that the man had asked her to drop the case after the police informed him of the allegations, and that he had carried out "emotional blackmail" by invoking their mutual friends, his ill mother and even his own safety. This led to her harming herself. She described how she would continue to run into the man in his court robes, and how tense this made her. "I feel safer walking the streets ... at midnight than the halls of the Supreme Court by day," she said. The man initially claimed trial to the criminal charges, and the victim also described the emotional toll the pending trial took on her as she played back the offences in her head in preparation for cross-examination. STRIKING OFF The Court of Three Judges noted that the man did not respond to multiple attempts to notify him of the disciplinary proceedings in person and by courier, phone call and email. He did not attend any of the hearings. Delivering the judgment on behalf of the court, Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon said the man's misconduct pointed to character defects that made him unfit to be a member of the legal profession. The judgment cited his "premeditated and persistent" misconduct, his "opportunistic exploitation" of the victim's expectation of safety in the workplace and his pressuring of the victim to drop the case. "Instead of evincing genuine remorse, the respondent attempted to save his own skin by waging a war of emotional attrition against (the victim), in the hope that she would buckle under the pressure. We find this deeply disturbing," said Chief Justice Menon. The judges also considered the man's failure to plead guilty at an early stage and his absence from the proceedings, which indicated "at worst, his disdain" for the disciplinary process. Finally, they found that his "egregious" conduct caused grave dishonour to the standing of the legal profession. The Court of Three Judges is the highest disciplinary body to deal with lawyers' misconduct. The panel for this hearing comprised Chief Justice Menon, Justice Steven Chong and Justice Andrew Phang. A spokesperson from Drew & Napier said its firm has "a strict zero-tolerance policy towards misconduct of any nature". "Our colleagues work hard to maintain a supportive and respectful work environment with an open-door policy. We are fully committed to ensuring that every single member of our firm feels safe and that reported cases of misconduct, sexual or otherwise are responded to swiftly. Appropriate steps were taken when the allegations came to light." https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/drew-napier-former-lawyer-struck-upskirt-photos-colleague-2692616
  13. Foodpanda is investigating an incident where a delivery rider was caught walking away with a pair of Crocs he allegedly took from outside a condominium unit. The unit's resident, Ms Cruz and her father, the owner of the Crocs, shared footage of the incident on Facebook but have since removed their posts. According to the timestamp on the video, the rider was seen dropping off an order on Tuesday (May 17) at about 12.09pm. The video did not show the man picking up the Crocs but he was seen holding them in his right hand while walking away. He was also not wearing Foodpanda's trademark pink uniform. The pair of Crocs the delivery rider allegedly took was adorned with several Jibbitz charms. According to the Crocs website, the average price for a pair of men's clogs is $69.95. A pack of five Jibbitz charms costs $19.95. In response to a Stomp query, a Foodpanda spokesman said their team is in contact with Ms Cruz and are currently investigating the situation. "Foodpanda does not condone any form of misconduct, and any rider who is found to have conducted themselves in an unprofessional manner will be dealt with accordingly, including potential blacklist."
  14. whhh jkgk aunty teacher juz walk away rah So she go back to staff room Then the ah ma vice principal happen to cum in She notis aunty teacher skirt beri short n chide her VP leave the staff room Leaving aunty teacher with a tulan face for being scolded Ani huan guess wats nex?
  15. this one easy la no kick follow buy high sell low burn cash is better. they are the sexpect
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