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Local university undergraduate earns $7,000 a month as a freelance prostitute

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

Working as a freelance prostitute has become an easy source of money for many young Singaporean women who will be otherwise be struggling to make a decent living to support themselves.

One undergraduate at a local university is earning so much moonlighting as a freelance prostitute providing sexual services to horny men that she can buy a car and move out from her parents’ home to live in an apartment of her own.

In an exclusive interview with a local tabloid, “Alicia” (not her real name) revealed she earns S$800 – S$1,200 per hour for each client she takes which includes role-play requiring her to dress specifically in the dress her clients request such as businesswoman, nurse, and student.

‘Alicia’ said she became a freelance prostitute during her junior college days to seek ‘revenge’ on her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her, but subsequently became ‘addicted’ to selling her body for sex because it is so easy to make money from men.

She admitted that she ‘loves’ her job because of the ‘high’ she gets from manipulating men:

“I love the power I have to manipulate men whether they are rich or smart. The power of control is simply irresistable.”

However, ‘Alicia’ said she will not trust another man again after she saw for herself what blatant liars men are:

“We were about to have sex and when his wife or girlfriend calls, the man will come up with some lame excuse like I am at work or entertaining clients. Entertaining? Haha…”

‘Alicia’ does not intend to be a freelance prostitute for long. She wants to retire when she graduates this year, or when she has hooked up a rich man to be a ‘tai-tai’ for the rest of her life.


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Elsie Lie Lek Che’s eyes gouged out by married lover in shocking Jurong murder case

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

24 year old woman Elsie Lie Lek Che was not only brutally murdered by her married lover, but had both eyes gouged out as well!

The shocking murder case occurred on Saturday morning in a flat in Jurong West. 38 year old Gabriel Lee Haw Ling has been charged in court for murder today. If convicted of murder, Lee faces the death penalty.

He is believed to be the boyfriend of the deceased Ms Lie whose eyeballs were flung out of the flat and found on the ground by the police. Ms Liealso suffered multiple cuts on her body. She was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene.

Neighbors told the media that the flat is shared by several other people and they heard a couple quarrelling at that point in time.

Though Gabriel was already married with two kids, Ms Lie still became his mistress willingly and reportedly support him financially with more than $1,000 monthly as he is unemployed.

According to relatives, Ms Lie came out to work after junior college and was going to enroll in a communications course at a local polytechnic before her death.

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VIDEO: PRC police runs brothel in Dongguan together with vice syndicates

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

The Chinese city of Dongguan in Guangdong province has a ‘Galaxy Foot Reflexology Center’ which is the one of the largest in China.

A journalist went undercover pretending to be a customer of the Center and discovered that it is actually a brothel with girls as young as 15 offering sexual services to clients.

After completing his ‘mission’, he called the local police only to realize that they were in cahoots with the Center. Not only did the police not arrive, the Center received a tip-off after he made the call and successfully ‘evacuated’ the clients, pimps and prostitutes from the Center.

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Party insider: “Good chance” NSP will contest in Hougang by-election

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

There is a good chance that the National Solidarity Party (NSP) will contest in the Hougang by-election, said a party insider who spoke to us on the condition of anonymity.

Former NSP Secretary-General Goh Meng Seng dropped a bombshell two days ago when he wrote on his personal blog that NSP is likely to send Nicole Seah to contest in the Hougang by-election:

“If the NSP really contest in Hougang, it is likely to send Nicole Seah whose popularity is likely to cause a lot of damage to Workers Party’s Png Eng Huat.”

NSP is the only opposition party which has not ruled out contesting in the Hougang by-election yet. He admits that there are ‘some discussion’ within the party to give WP a fight in Hougang to let it have a ‘taste’ of its own ‘bitter medicine’ after WP muscled into Moulmein-Kallang GRC with its ‘B’ team last year which forced NSP to switch its ‘A’ team to Choa Chu Kang instead.

“There’s no reason why NSP should not contest Hougang. WP already has five MPs in Parliament. It’s time to allow another party to take its place to add diversity to the voices.”

In a press statement released today, NSP refused to rule out contesting in Hougang and strongly insinuated that it is planning to do so:

“NSP has made no announcement that we would contest in the Hougang by-election, nor that we would not. Openness and transparency are applicable to public policies and administration, but not to election strategies. Transparency in war is suicidal. Political situations are always fluid and pre-mature announcements carry unnecessary risks.”

Since Nicole has already ruled out contesting in Hougang, it remains to seen who NSP will field in the by-election to take ‘revenge’ on the Workers Party for its ‘cocky’ attitude.

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Lecturer has leg amputated after bitten by poisonous centipede

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

A 56 year old lecturer Mr Tan had his right leg amputated below the knee after being bitten by a poisonous centipede in Singapore!

According to a local Chinese tabloid, Mr Tan was bringing his daughter to school when he felt a sharp pain on his right foot. On looking down, he realized he was bitten by a centipede.

Mr Tan initially ignored the wound, thinking that it would heal on its own, but days later, it became swollen and infected with foul-smelling pus emanating for it.

He was subsequently admitted to Tan Tock Seng Hospital whose doctors told him he got a rare form of ‘flesh-eating’ bacteria in the wound and he had to amputate the limb.

A shocked Mr Tan refused to go for the operation, but was forced to do so after the wound became gangrenous.

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17 year old Poly student charges customers S$250 per hour for HOT SEX

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

A polytechnic student started working as a freelance prostitute when she was 17 years old and became ‘hooked’ to it ever since because of the easy cash!

In an exclusive interview with a local tabloid, ‘Cassandra’ (not her real name) said she was ‘introduced’ into the business by having dirty chat with men on the internet:

“Whenever men talked to me in chatrooms, we will inevitably flirt and talk about SEX just for fun.”

It was initially just cybersex till one man made an offer she could not resist – have sex with him for $300.

“I took up his offer because I needed the money for expenses and rather than working part-time, I thought I could make more money this way.”

‘Cassendra’ will meet her clients in the afternoons, sometimes after school. At the beginning, it was by word of mouth, but now she advertises her ‘services’ on certain websites and forums as well.

Though she is currently unemployed after dropping out of school last year, she is confident she can support herself with her ‘skills’ in prostitution:

“After two years in prostitution, I know what the men want and I have the skills to keep my regulars coming back for more because I am GOOD,” she boasted unashamedly.


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PRC man caught touching girl’s backside and filming her upskirt at Pioneer MRT station?

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

A man who appeared to be from PRC was caught touching the backside of a girl and filming her upskirt at Pioneer MRT station on 26 March 2012 between 8am and 8.10am.According to a netizen Sharon Koh who tipped us off on the shocking incident, she was walking up the right side of the escalator at the MRT station when she saw the man filming the girl behind him secretly.

Shocked at the outrageous act, she shouted at him and asked him what he was doing:

“On 26 March monday, I was walking up the right side of the escalator, then I saw a guy (he look like a PRC) touching a gal backside, then I see clearly again, no he was filming, i shouted at him and ask him wat are u doing, is he filming the girl upskirt and he start to act blur, and I demand to see his hp, then he start to panic, the lady tat got filmed start to hit him.”

When she tried to catch him, he panicked and ran away:

“I start to catch him but he is damn big, I torn his t-shirt but still let him get away , behind me got a lot of guys and ladies but no one willing to help, and the best part is tat the when the idiot guy ran away.”

Unfortunately, the lady who was filmed is not keen to take further action against the culprit:

“I told the lady tat being film tat he ran away, but she say nvm, I got wear tights and walk away. If no one wants to help, the idiot will be filming next time yr daughter or even yr wife.”

If this lady is reading this and now has a change of mind, please contact us at and we will link you up with Ms Koh.

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Baey Yam Keng on PAP’s policy ‘differentiating’ PRs from citizens: It is FAIR

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

Beleaguered PAP MP for Tampines GRC Baey Yam Keng has defended the PAP’s controversial policy of ‘differentiating’ PRs from Singapore citizens which has been a sore point of contention among many voters in the last General Election.

After being rapped by netizens for appearing to ‘sympathize’ with PRs on them paying more than Singaporeans for upgrading of lifts, Mr Baey now says it is a ‘fair’ policy that citizens ‘naturally’ enjoy certain privileges:

“All will have to pay their share. There are various installment plans available, both for PR and Singaporeans…Personally I feel this is a fair policy.”

[Source: Baey Yam Keng’s Facebook]

He added that there is now ‘greater’ differentiation between Singapore citizens and PRs, using the recent changes made to the registration process for primary one places as an example:

“Citizens naturally will enjoy certain privileges, and we are seeing greater differentiation now. The recent changes to the P1 enrollment is one example.

Unfortunately, many netizens remain unconvinced by his latest clarification, judging from the replies he received on his Facebook:

“when lim pei serve NS like a dog, got any PAP MP feel “sorry” for me or not??? singaporeans second class citizens in their own country!!! PAP 2016 out!!!” – Marcus Chan

“I believe the changes only apply to the individual phases. a PR STILL has priority over a born and bred citizen if the PR’s child applies in Phase 1 and the citizen’s child applies in Phase 2a” – Benjamin Loo

“Mr Baey, what i dont understand is why there need to be announcements that citizens will now get priority over PRs on this and that. Shouldn’t it be a given right that Singapore citizens be given priority over PRs in Singapore.” – Richard Chua

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PRC woman thanked Singapore govt for heavily subsidizing her medical bills at Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

When Singaporeans fall sick in China and get seen at the A&E departments of PRC hospitals, they are often hospitalized for a number of days and given the most expensive medicines even for minor ailments like cough and cold, ending up with a hefty medical bill.

However, when PRC nationals are seen in A&E departments of Singapore hospitals, they receive the SAME treatment and subsidies as Singaporeans, much to the pleasant surprise of PRC national Chen Xiao Yan (陈晓燕).

To express her gratitude to the Singapore government, Ms Chen wrote a lengthy letter to yesterday. Ms Chen was down with a bout of vomiting, fever, and cold sweats one night and was seen at Tan Tock Seng A&E department.

Not only are the nurses and doctors especially friendly and gentle, they were also very ‘efficient’ by ‘normal’ standards – Ms Chen was seen by a doctor in ONLY 10 minutes.


She was also given a comprehensive check-up – an ECG, urine test, X-ray and blood tests were done.

After going through a battery of tests, Ms Chen was initially worried that it may cost her a bomb. But to her pleasant surprise, though the actual bill is S$299, she paid only S$95! She subsequently realized that the Singapore government subsidized her medical bills by 65%


A grateful Ms Chen wrote that even in China, she did not receive such ‘special’ treatment from the PRC government. When she was admitted for fever in a PRC hospital for 8 days, her hospitalization bills came up to S$7,000.


Ms Chen ended the letter by praising Tan Tock Seng Hospital:

“I don’t know why the Singapore government will help me pay my medical bills…..I am extremely thankful to Tan Tock Seng Hospital!”


(Note: Though it is not stated clearly in the letter, Ms Chen is probably a Singapore PR as foreigners are not entitled to subsidies at A&E departments of public hospitals. However, PRs enjoy the SAME benefits as Singapore citizens)

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Lim Swee Say: When I am in China, I try to let them…

Posted by temasektimes on April 1, 2012

With China set to become a global power, Singaporeans must have a good command of the Chines language in a new environment where its use is likely to become more pervasive, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Lim Swee Say.

Speaking to a group of students at the Business China forum, Mr Lim urged them to take a greater interest in Chinese in order to interact and work with the mainland Chinese.

 “Try not to impress the Chinese that you can be as Chinese, or even more Chinese than them. There are 1.3 billion China Chinese, so they don’t need another one more,” he said.

He also shared his ‘philosophy’ of dealing with the Chinese when he is in China:

“In other words, my own philosophy is that when I’m in China, I try to let them see the difference between us. I want them to know that I look at things differently. I look at the way how technology is being used, the way business is being run and so on differently.”

Singaporeans need to not make the long trip to China to see the difference – there is already a ‘mini-China’ in Singapore to allow them to do so.

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