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German invents on-off switch that will allow men to control sperm flow from testicles

GERMAN – A German carpenter has invented a valve which he claims will revolutionize contraception, by allowing a man to turn the flow of sperm from his testicles on and off at the flick of a switch. Clemens Bimek said the idea first came to him 20 years ago, when he was watching a television documentary about contraception. When he ... Read More »

Car Slammed by Lorry Into Pieces at Jurong Town Hall

SINGAPORE – A fatal car crash accident occurred in November 15, 2015 at Jurong Town Hall Road whereby a vehicle speed past the red light causing the lorry to crash directly into the smaller vehicle. The entire frontier of the car were slammed into pieces. Read More »

MONEYMAX SOLD FAKE ROLEX WATCH & DARED CUSTOMER TO REPORT POLICE

SINGAPORE – Moneymax sold a fake Rolax watch to customer and refused refund. The outlet even dare the customer to lodge a police report. Below is a report written by the victim. “Dear friends the previous post got deleted accidentally. Sorry! Please help share and spread the word Thank you!! “I’m loss for words and disappointed with Money Max’s service. ... Read More »

7 Types Of People You Should Unfriend On Facebook ASAP

Life’s too short to spend time reading the musings of toxic social media friends. Chances are you have an online friend list that rivals your company’s employee directory. Whether from high school, former jobs or even a few people you met on vacation, they probably have something to say in a Facebook status — but that doesn’t mean you want to ... Read More »

Escalator suddenly give way at The Arcade at Raffles Place

SINGAPORE – A woman escaped injury after a step on the escalator she was riding on at The Arcade in Raffles Place broke. An eyewitness, named only as Mrs Liu, told Chinese evening newspapers that she heard a loud bang coming from the escalator, which runs from the first to the second floor, at about 3.30pm on Tuesday (Jan 5). ... Read More »

Man make Bomb Threat at Golden Mile Tower

SINGAPORE – A 47-year-old man was arrested yesterday for allegedly making a false bomb threat at Golden Mile Tower. In the prank call made on Monday night, he had claimed that a friend who was about to travel to Kuala Lumpur by bus was a “terrorist with a bomb in his luggage”, Lianhe Wanbao reported. His friend – a businessman, ... Read More »

Man got Hospitalized after eating Sashimi at Sushi Express

SINGAPORE – A local Singaporean went to Sushi Express located at Lida Square (Seletar Mall) to had his meal. He had over 20 pieces of Sashimi Sushi in the food chain. Shortly after, he found bloodstains on some of the plate of sashimi. Immediately, he then return them back on the conveyor belt untouched. Despite that, he had eaten over 20 pieces of raw ... Read More »

Todai: 1-for-1 Buffet for Students & Family (May 2015)

Todai Singapore has came up with a new 1-for-1 buffet promotion! For every paying adult, one student dines FREE! Valid for both lunch and dinner from Mon to Thurs. Prior reservation is a MUST and student ID must be presented at the reception. Check out the schedule below for students from different levels. Lunch Mon-Fri: Adult $42++, Child(below 1m 30cm): $22++ Sat, Sun, PH/PH eve: Adult: $64, ... Read More »

Hackers Threaten To Shoot Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong In The Head

SINGAPORE – A Facebook page known as GM Pheonix recently made a post that generated a huge discussion whether this was just another prank or if its real. The admin of GM Pheonix threaten the Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong that he will put a bullet through his head. Not just that, the admin also claim that a man in black hoodie had planted ... Read More »

Does your MacBook give you Problem too? This will fix it!

SINGAPORE – Following a petition with thousands of signatures related to GPU complaints, Apple has been named a defendant in a new class-action lawsuit filed against the Cupertino-based company in the United States District Court for Northern California over system failures and graphical issues affecting 2011 MacBook Pros. Over 30,000 users had been affected by this causing disruption to the screen flicking and crash. ... Read More »