Singapore woman lodged complaint to MBS and STB on Ku De Ta becoming a ‘prostitution joint’
Posted by temasektimes on June 10, 2012
An angry Singaporean woman has lodged a complaint to both Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Tourism Board on a restaurant located at its skypark – ‘Ku De Ta’ becoming a ‘prostitution joint’ for foreign women.
The woman claimed that on both visits to ‘Ku De Ta’, she noticed several women dressed in ‘distasteful and ultra-skimpy’ dresses loitering around the club preying on foreign men.
“In one instance, a woman dressed in a similarly skimpy fashion approached two of my male friends who had just arrived from London when their girlfriends had left for a quick tour of MBS,” she wrote.
She added that the women hopped from one table to another and appeared to come alone with no friends or partners.
“I am surprise that Ku De Ta allowed such women to solicit for sex at their premise. Customers paid a surcharge to enter the posh club, but at the end of the day, Ku De Ta is no better than a club in Tanjong Pagar.”
In response, a manager from MBS Wangelin Sum replied that the management of Ku De Ta has ‘acknowledged’ the concerns raised and reassure her that a ‘stringent procedure’ remains in place to discourage and evict any ‘undesirable’ activities taking place in Ku De Ta: