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  2. not enough hands-on training for these soldiers if they remove useless stuff like IPPT can do more realistic training
  3. kandidate

    Ex-UOB RM conned illiterate man of more than $200k

    wah stll can find a hk girlfriend when he was already married? @The_King mai tu liao... go forth and conquer now!!!
  4. kandidate

    heng, baby is ok

    fugging parents must be engrossed with wehchatting with their lovers or something.
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  6. socrates469bc

    Taiwan's Shilin Night Market coming to Singapore in April

    if bear bear or round round is the event ambassador, confirm all the lao tikos in sgp will go.
  7. socrates469bc

    Harris tok cock sing song thread for kgk kks n kgb zzs

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  8. absoluthell

    Harris tok cock sing song thread for kgk kks n kgb zzs

    ATK didnt request to go KTV leelax leelax?? i think Tomy stark will jio them sing K tonight...
  9. Amdk Lupcheong for dinner
  10. HarrisY

    Harris tok cock sing song thread for kgk kks n kgb zzs

    Diam diam rah dkgk Today I just follow rike a mangala servant my dad to dis slum hotel for networking wif his ATK associates rah
  11. absoluthell

    Harris tok cock sing song thread for kgk kks n kgb zzs

    in b4 kgk say we salty... ahahahahahaha
  12. people spreading on whatsapp about chamber explosion theory, make the internet warriors very angry
  13. DingDongSaint

    heng, baby is ok

    really lucky siaz
  14. DingDongSaint

    Samsung: Time for folding smartphones

    always felt bi-fold abit weird .... tri-fold should be the way ....
  15. Thor

    DBS unveils red packets with QR code

    What is this for?
  16. DingDongSaint

    Ex-UOB RM conned illiterate man of more than $200k

    wah look like dat also can have small3 to feed him siaz
  17. kyloren

    Harris tok cock sing song thread for kgk kks n kgb zzs

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  18. SINGAPORE: Aloysius Pang, the actor who died in a military training accident, was crushed between the gun barrel of a howitzer and its cabin after he was unable to get out of the way as the barrel was lowered. This was revealed by Chief of Army Major-General (MG) Goh Si Hou at a press conference on Thursday (Jan 24). Pang, 28, an armament technician with the 268th Battalion Singapore Artillery, was on reservist at the Waiouru Training Area in New Zealand as part of an annual Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) exercise called Exercise Thunder Warrior. On Jan 19, he was tasked to repair a suspected fault in the gun barrel of a Singapore Self-Propelled Howitzer (SSPH). As Pang, another technician and a gun detachment commander were inside the howitzer cabin, the gun barrel was lowered to its standby position. “It appears from the initial findings that Aloysius was unable to get out of the way as the gun barrel was lowered,” said MG Goh. “He was caught between the end of the gun barrel and the interior of the SSPH and he suffered crush injuries as a result.” According to MG Goh, when the gun barrel is lowered, the space in the howitzer cabin is reduced. But the space is “typically sufficient” for artillery operators as well as technicians to operate, he said. “What we found is that unfortunately, he was unable to get out of the way of the barrel as it was lowered,” MG Goh said. The gun barrel is lowered from within the cabin, and it takes about nine to 10 seconds for it to be fully lowered from a standby position, said Colonel (COL) Terry Tan, commander of the Combat Service Support and Command (CSSCOM). When asked who lowered the gun barrel and if there were any lapses in safety procedures, MG Goh said this will be the focus of the investigation. It was “not appropriate” to go into details until the investigation is completed, he said. PANG WAS “QUALIFIED, COMPETENT”: CSSCOM COMMANDER Pang was “qualified and competent” as an armament technician, said COL Tan. Before an exercise of this scale, NSmen have to undergo a comprehensive training programme, he said. Maintenance crew members like Pang go through refresher training on equipment inspection as well as maintenance tasks such as demonstrations by trainers and hands-on training. Additional practical sessions on troubleshooting and common faults are also conducted, he said. “All these are done with emphasis on training safety and precaution as they go about these maintenance tasks,” COL Tan said. “Aloysius has undergone this refresher training and is qualified and competent to do his job in Exercise Thunder Warrior,” he added. Pang's death is the fourth military training-related death in the last 18 months. On Sep 15, 2017, 21-year-old full-time national serviceman (NSF) Gavin Chan died after he was ejected from a Bionix infantry fighting vehicle at the Shoalwater Bay Training Area in Queensland, Australia. On Apr 30 the following year, NSF Dave Lee, 19, died nearly two weeks after suffering a heatstroke following an 8km fast march. Seven months later on Nov 3, NSF Liu Kai, 22, died after a Bionix vehicle reversed into his jeep during a field exercise at the Jalan Murai training area.
  19. A former banker from United Overseas Bank (UOB) took advantage of an elderly and illiterate client, siphoning off more than $200,000 of the latter’s savings for over a year, a court heard. UOB later paid the victim, 68-year-old Ng Hock Seng, $223,522.61 as settlement for the losses incurred by its former errant employee Yap Bin Chun, after his crimes came to light. To pay back UOB, Yap, 38, borrowed the sum from his girlfriend from Hong Kong, Betty Pui Tai, who lent him the money thinking that he wanted to marry her. Unbeknownst to Pui, who is also 38, Yap is married with three children. They later broke up, but he still owes her $468,000 in total. At the State Courts on Wednesday (23 January), Yap pleaded guilty to four cheating charges and one count of forgery. Another four cheating charges will be taken into consideration for his sentencing, which is expected to be on 14 March. Elderly Cheated (1) The victim stopped schooling after Primary 5 and can’t read, write or understand English. Ng ran a mini-mart in Hougang until September 2011, and then worked in several plantations in Malaysia thereafter, returning to Singapore for a day once every few weeks. Yap worked for UOB for five years from May 2009 to May 2013, first as a senior personal banker and later as a relationship manager. In 2010, Ng walked into a UOB branch to invest his savings, and Yap suggested that he do so in a unit trust. Ng signed on documents, trusting and relying on Yap to fill up the forms. Around September 2011, Ng told Yap about his plans to relocate to Malaysia, and said he wanted to invest his savings of $150,000, which he planned to use to buy a house in Singapore in future. Yap, who was in financial difficulty, hatched a plan to misappropriate the money for himself. The errant banker got Ng to pre-sign blank forms, including for a debit card to be linked to Ng’s account, and for the card to be posted to Yap’s address. Ng, trusting Yap, also signed blank forms for redeeming his investment. As a result of Yap’s deceit, the current account opened in Ng’s name was registered with Yap’s address. All bank statements for Ng’s account were mailed to Yap’s home. Between November 2011 and March 2012, Yap made seven unauthorised redemptions of units in Ng’s fund. All he had to do was fill up and submit one of the blank forms Ng had earlier signed. A total of $223,620.82 was deposited into the current account from its opening on 5 September 2011 to its closing on 22 June 2012. The sum included the seven unauthorised redemptions. Between 3 October 2011 and 20 March 2012, Yap misappropriated $218,100 from the current account using the debit card. He withdrew $97,350 in cash and made ATM fund transfers totalling $120,750 to his personal UOB current account. He blew the cash on miscellaneous expenses, spent on family and friends, and even bought a condo for $1.35 million with his brother, with Yap holding 99 per cent share of the property. Yap closed Ng’s current account using another pre-signed form on 22 June 2012. On 16 May 2013, shortly before he left his employment at UOB, Yap also changed Ng’s mailing address in the bank’s records back to Ng’s actual mailing address. HK GF Cheated (2) Yap’s crimes came to light on 24 February 2016, when Ng went to UOB to check on the status of his investment. He made a police report five days later. UOB conducted internal investigations and uncovered Yap’s fraud. The bank paid Ng $223,522.61 a few months later as settlement for losses suffered. Around the same time, Yap also paid UOB back the same amount. He got the money from Betty Pui Tai, a Hong Konger he met on an online-dating app. At the time, Yap was working in Hong Kong for Standard Chartered Bank. They were in a relationship from October 2015 to June 2017. Yap lied to Betty that he was single when he had three children and a wife in Singapore. During their relationship, he informed her about his case and borrowed large sums of money from her. He still owes her $468,000. He also cheated her of $20,000 in December 2016, by pretending that he needed the money to bail himself out. Believing him, she transferred him the equivalent sum in Hong Kong dollars.
  20. Is this allowed?? my home one side want to hack a bit nia, not allowed.
  21. HarrisY

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  23. Thor

    Samsung: Time for folding smartphones

    But i dun need to fold leh...make a phone that can be use as hammer!
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