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Polytechnic student cum prostitute had MARATHON SEX with 4 different men in a day!

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

The teenage prostitute who allegedly had sex with more than 80 men once had a MARATHON session with four different men within four hours which net her $2,000 in a single day! She rested only 13 minutes in between the session.

The shocking revelation was made in court on Monday based on a ‘sex diary‘ kept by the prostitute who kept meticulous records of all the sessions she had with her clients, including their particulars, time and place.

Some of the men who had sex with her include 9 civil servants, a senior banker, a company director, a senior vice-president of a private company, lawyers, a senior police officer, as well as the former principal of Pei Chun Public School Lee Lip Hong. Their ages range from between 21 to 48 years old.

On 10 October, 2010 she had sex with four men at the following time and place:

Sng Kok Wee: Hotel 81 at 2pm.

Ng Guan Mean: M Hotel at 2.30pm.

Fong Kok Liang (41 years old): Hotel 81 at 3pm.

Foo Kim Meng (45 years old): Hotel 81 at 4pm.

Many of the men are her ‘regular’ clients. Lee Lip Hong, the former school principal of Pei Chun Public School had sex with her TWICE on 26 September and 14 December in 2010 while another man Foo Kim Meng had sex with her FOUR TIMES between October 2010 and January 2011.

The 17 year old student was studying in a local polytechnic when she started providing sex services to men, charging a premium rate of $500 per session. Her pimp 39 year old businessman Tang Boon Thiew who ‘tried’ her before would take a commission for each client she got through his online porn site.

She was described as having the following attributes on the site:

“1.60m tall, slim figure, C-cup breasts…(She) still has that naive girlishness, offers excellent sweet young thing, girlfriend experience….Advance booking for (her) is required, don’t leave it to least minute booking as it always almost won’t work!”

Besides vaginal sex, she reportedly also offered other services such as “BBBJ, AJ, AR, CIM” which explained her higher rates than other girls in Tang’s stable.

The girl cannot be named as she is still a ‘minor’ despite having more ‘extensive’ sex experiences than other women. Her income, which is likely to exceed $100,000 a year is also not taxable.

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Ex-school principal Lee Lip Hong paid $1,000 to have sex TWICE with 17 year old prostitute

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

On the morning of 26 Sept 2010, the former principal of Pei Chun Public School Lee Lip Hong was preaching about ‘morality and ethics’ to a packed assembly of students and parents. The day before, he was having sex with a 17 year old prostitute who is old enough to be his daughter.

According to court documents, Lee pad $500 to have sex with the underage prostitute twice on 26 September and 10 December in 2010.

He was charged on Monday for having sex with a minor. Unrepresented by any lawyer, he said he intends to plead guilty which could see him spending some time in jail.

In an interview with Lianhe Zaobao, a former principal of Pei Chun Public School for more than thirty years Mr Chen Jingyuan expressed his disappointment at Lee:

“We educators want to see the next generation having higher standards of morality which is more important than anything else. Results are secondary. It’s regretful to see such an incident happening in the education sector.”

(曾在培群担任校长超过31年的陈经源受访时表示“非常痛心和失望”。他说:“我们搞教育的,最希望看到下一代的品德越来越好,德育比什么都重要,成绩还是其次,在教育界发生这样的事是令人遗憾的。”)

Besides Lee, other men charged include 9 civil servants, MINDEF officers, a senior banker, a company director, a senior vice-president of a private company, lawyers, a senior police officer as well as a scholarship recipient.

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5 Choa Chu Kang families have NO ISSUES with pinoy drumming

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

The ‘pinoy drummer’ saga may have sparked a massive outcry in cyberspace, but Choa Chu Kang residents seem to be taking it in their stride, at least according to five families interviewed by a local English tabloid.

For weeks, a Filipino teenager Kenneth Milana (pic left) has been irritating residents living in Block 608 Choa Chu Kang Street 62 with his loud drumming and blast music despite repeated requests from neighbors and HDB officers to lower his volume.

He eventually ‘compromised’ by limiting his playing hours to between 12 – 1pm and 6 – 7pm each day, but according to one resident Chong Liling who posted on MP Alex Yam’s Facebook, though the playing frequency has decreased, the volume has gone up by a notch.

However, two neighbors who were quoted in the tabloid claimed otherwise.

“We all have the right to play what we want in our own home as long as we don’t break the regulations set by HDB.” – Valerie Ng

“We can put up with it. We are staying in a flat after all. We have to try to be understanding.” – Sapurah Suib

In an interview with the tabloid, Mr Alex Yam said he was concerned about the discussion becoming focused on locals versus foreigners.

“People assume it’s because of a lack of integration, but that is really not the issue here. This is about a noise disturbance that needs to resolved by people being willing to engage each other,” he added.

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Subhas Anandan’s censored comment: She is a HARDCORE prostitute who deserves no protection

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

44 men were charged on Monday for having sex with an underage prostitute who was seventeen years old at the time of the offence. One of them is the former principal of Pei Chun Public School Lee Lip Hong.

Ten of them reportedly engage the services of prominent criminal lawyer Subhas Anandan to defend them.

The mastermind of the online vice syndicate is a 39 year old businessman Tang Boon Thiew who has already been charged last year.

During the court session, lawyer Subhas Anandan took issue with the charge sheets.

“How is anybody going to know what he is charged for when you don’t know who the girl is, and what her age is? Who are they trying to protect? As far as I am concerned, this girl does not deserve protection as she is a HARDCORE PROSTITUTE who got so many men into trouble”

Mr Subhas said he would take the case all the way up to the High Court if the prosecution refuse to give him the particulars of the girl:

“We just can’t accept the word of the prosecution… We are going to ask the prosecution, the DPP, to give us further particulars. If they do not give us the further particulars, we will take it up in the High Court,” he said.

In an interview with the media, Mr Subhas described the girl as a HARDCORE prostitute who deserves no protection from the law. His comments were first aired on Channel 8 evening news yesterday, but was censored in subsequent news broadcasts.

According to unverified information circulating on the internet, the girl studied in a secondary school in Choa Chu Kang after which she enrolled in a local polytechnic in the western part of Singapore.

She was described as 1.60m tall, slim and having C-cup breasts on the online vice site where the men procured her services from. She charged $500 per session. As she is a minor, her name cannot be revealed.

Watch Mr Subhas’ interviews below:

Channel 8’s uncensored version:

Channel 5’s censored version:

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PHOTO: Choa Chu Kang pinoy drummer

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

For several weeks, a Filipino teenager has been playing drums and blasting loud music from his home in Block 608, Choa Chu Kang Street 62.

Despite numerous requests from neighbors and the authorities to lower his volume, he has adamantly refused to do so. MP for Choa Chu Kang Alex Yam urged residents to be more tolerant to him as he is a ‘special needs’ child:

“Is it more acute because it is a foreigner family? Has anyone tried to approach and clarify the situation? Does anyone know that the person drumming is a special needs person in a special school? Did anyone try to find out that the family is trying to save up to soundproof their place? Just so that their son to develop what they believe is his innate talent despite his special needs?”

However, according to information posted on his Facebook, he studied in Si Ling Primary School and is currently studying in Ngee Ann Polytechnic. He has worked at Baraka Spa Healing sanctuary Health and Wellness before.

 

 

 

 

 

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Singaporeans late for work as SMRT hit by MASSIVE train delays again this morning due to ‘train fault’

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

Even as an inquiry is ongoing to determine the cause of two MRT breakdowns last year December, SMRT continues to be besieged by problems one after another.

Less than 12 hours after a train was stalled at Clementi MRT station for 20 minutes due to a ‘train fault’, trains to Pasir Ris along the East-West line were delayed for 30 minutes this morning as a result of a ‘train fault’ yet again, causing many Singaporeans to turn up late for work and school.

One commuter Shaik Jaffar tipped us off with a photo showing a packed station at Jurong East due to a ‘train breakdown’:

Another commuter took a snapshot of the situation at Boon Lay MRT station where a sign was replaced informing commuters that the train to Pasir Ris would be delayed for ’15 minutes’ due to a ‘train fault’ at Jurong East:

Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew has earlier said in Parliament that ‘minor’ disruptions less than 30 minutes are ‘unavoidable’:

“We will try and minimise as much as possible the major disruptions and to keep them in check. But I think it is unavoidable that a system that is as heavily utilised as ours is today will not face any disruptions. Every day there are about 2.7 million passenger trips. We are running thousands of train trips for more than 18 hours a day. And I dare say that there is no way you can prevent disruptions from occurring.”

The Temasek Times is the FIRST and ONLY news site to report on the latest train delay. As usual, there are no official announcements from SMRT or reports from the state media on the latest train delay and disruption in service to save the blushes of the authorities.

Some responses on Facebook:

“I reached JE at 735am. But i took more than 1 hour to reach Clementi mrt station at about 855am.” Grace Yu

“Bedok station pack like sardine, unable to board the train for the last 20mins…..” – Andrew Tan

“Was at Boon Lay Mrt from 7.20am till 8am, train did not move, announcement of delay came much later and there was human jam too, no choice had to go out and call for cab spent clost to $30 bucks + ERP, peak charges etc to get to work 1 hr later!!! Hate this!!” – Kavitha Singaram

“Tell me about it man I was affected on the boon lay track. Took me 1 hour and 15 mins to reach raffles place from boon lay!!!! Damn!!!!” – Jonathan Wong

“Train from pasir ris down also damn crowded. All of us packed together like sardines and breathing in each other’s shampoo and BO.” – Debbie Lau

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Alex Yam to CCK residents: Be more ‘tolerant’ to Pinoy boy with ‘special needs’

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

For many weeks, Choa Chu Kang residents have to put up with the incessant drumming of a Filipino boy living in Block 608 of Choa Chu Kang Street 62, but when they surfaced the unresolved matter to their MP Alex Yam, they were told to be more ‘tolerant’ because the boy has ‘special needs’ and stop being ’emotional’.

Instead of addressing the concerns of residents, Mr Yam dismissed them as ‘xenophobic noises’ and lashed out at them for not ’empathizing’ with the Filipino boy on his Facebook:

“Is it more acute because it is a foreigner family? Has anyone tried to approach and clarify the situation? Does anyone know that the person drumming is a special needs person in a special school? Did anyone try to find out that the family is trying to save up to soundproof their place? Just so that their son to develop what they believe is his innate talent despite his special needs?”

His reply prompted one irate Choa Chu Kang resident Chong Liling to ask if the boy has ‘special privilege’ to disturb the peace in the estate:

“Dear sir, special needs child does not have special privilege for this case. In this block there are special childs too, but their parents are handling well n minimize e disturbance to others. Knowing e kid likes to play drum, e parents should have gotten him an electronic drum set which is logically cheaper n much affordable than sound proofing e unit n is definitely not creating lotsa noise compared to e acoustic type.”

After sensing he might have uttered the wrong words, Mr Yam quickly backtracked and explained his “questions are not meant as questions”, insinuating at the same time that the residents had allowed ’emotions’ to get better of them.

[Source: Alex Yam’s Facebook]

He ended the conversation by urging everybody to be more ‘tolerant’ of each other while he and others ‘work on the solution’ when he has earlier proclaimed confidently to the world that the matter has been resolved on 24 March.

However, one resident Cindy Chak felt they have reached the limits of their tolerance:

“Alex – every time the drums start no matter what time the neighbours are not going to tolerate the din and noise created. It has reached that stage of anger where people are fed up and had enough. Even if the boy is a special needs case the sound pollution he creates daily disturbs all neighbours.”

Mr Yam’s remarks sparked a massive outcry in cyberspace with many netizens lampooning him for it. Some responses on Facebook:

“This is completely dumb… so what if the person causing the disturbance is handicapped or not? A person with special needs will require special environment. The HDB is no place for drummers, normal or special to disturb the peace beyond permitted timings. If such noisy activities are required on a regular basis, then sound proofing the room is a necessity. Common sense please!” – Andy Fong

“Mr Alex Yam, why don’t you move next door to that family or better yet, let them live in your house. Walk a mile in someone shoe than you can talk……..The Muslims can’t even have their Call of prayers be sound from the mosque 5 times a day. So, please don’t start the discrimination and racist talk! BTW, have you heard of a place call Jamming Studio all over the island, where youngster and musician practise and play their music. They could take their son there and beat his heart out.” – Matahari Malam

“I don’t understand the correlation between drumming and “special needs” of a child. What has one got to do with another? And why is this child here instead of back home in the Philippines? Why creat trouble for locals? This MP is deplorable and incorrigible. Instead of helping to solve the problem created by the Pinoy, he is pushing the blame onto Singaporeans. This is infuriating and truly unbecoming of an elected official.” – Madison Chua

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PHOTOS: Some clients of underage prostitute trying to hide their faces outside court

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

Some of the clients of the underage prostitute were seen outside the court on Monday after being charged with sex with a minor. They were among the first batch of 44 men charged which include 9 civil servants, a senior banker, a company director, a senior vice-president of a private company, lawyers, a senior police officer, as well as the former principal of Pei Chun Public School Lee Lip Hong. Their ages range from between 21 to 48 years old.

The mastermind of the online vice ring is a 39 year old businessman Tang Boon Thiew who has been charged last year.

[Source of photos: Hardwarezone Forum]

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SMRT: Experts found our maintenance regime ‘consistent’ with good practice

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

The Committee of Inquiry (COI) set up by the government to investigate Singapore’s train disruptions on the North-South Line last December, began its public hearings on Monday.

During the inquiry, the Land Transport Authority pointed out areas of ‘concern’ in the maintenance regime of SMRT, noting that SMRT’s maintenance expenditure of trains and tracks did not keep pace with the increase in ridership.

However, SMRT disputes it and says the disruptions were due to a “rare confluence of factors” – none of which individually, could have led to the disruptions. These factors include higher vibrations levels, the type of claws at the incident sectors and certain material defects.

SMRT said experts had found its regime to be consistent with good practice and that SMRT could not have reasonably foreseen the particular failures which led to the two incidents, effectively shedding all its responsibilities from it.

Meanwhile, SMRT continues to suffer from daily disruption in services and train delay due to a ‘rare confluence of factors’ such as ‘train fault’, ‘track fault, ‘heavy downpour’, ‘train congestion’ and ‘platform door fault’.

Less than 12 hours after a train was stalled at Clementi MRT station for 20 minutes due to a ‘train fault’, trains to Pasir Ris along the East-West line were delayed for 30 minutes this morning as a result of a ‘train fault’ yet again.

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Foreigner lodged complaint against Singaporean for playing drum and police responded immediately!

Posted by temasektimes on April 17, 2012

Dear Mr. Yam,

Approximately 6-7 years ago, I bought a drumset and placed it in my STOREROOM, complete with acoustic foam. I padded my drumset’s kick drum with PILLOWS as well, and played an hour each day from 2-3PM.

My FT neighbour upstairs complained to RC, TC and the police force that my drumming was “detrimental to the health of his baby”. My immediate neighbours (one of whom works night shift and sleeps in the day) told the TC and RC that they had NO ISSUES with my playing because it was soft – the most they heard were muffled thumps from my kick. My neighbours were okay with my playing, yet the FT neighbour escalated the issue, and made COUNTLESS complains about it. There were even occasions when the police would arrive to investigate, only to find out that my entire family, myself included, were not at home.

During this phase, my then MP (Mr. Zaki Mohd) was also involved in the development, but nobody mentioned anything about me “developing my innate potential”. I do not have special needs, but I have been heavily involved in the local music scene for the past 10 years, both in the pub scene and the original musics scene. We musicians are trying our best to develop the local music scene, yet no support is given to us. This foreign boy has “special needs”, and thus is accorded to right to be inconsiderate?

Sir, with all due respect, perhaps your esteemed organisation should consider the plight of the residents staying in the block, and to assist them, instead of vilifying them and defending the foreign family in question.

P/S: Mr. Yam, you mentioned that the boy possesses special needs. If this is true, why was the boy made to apologize? Does this not insult the boy even more? I believe an apology was not warranted in this case, just refrain and mediation between the parties involved, along with enforcement should the family in question fail to accede to the terms/conditions that were agreed upon during the mediation session.

ALVYN CHEONG

*The above was first posted as a comment on Mr Alex Yam’s Facebook on 16 April 2012

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