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Singaporeans organise farewell Tupperware parties…

Posted on 31 July 2012

… as Kong Hee bids adieu.

A group of Singaporeans are planning several farewell Tupperware parties all over the island over the next few days.

This comes after they received news late yesterday that the court is allowing Pastor Kong Hee of City Harvest Church to leave Singapore because he allegedly has to move around the Southeast Asia region for pastoral engagements.

Kong’s bail has been raised to $1 million, making it look like a hefty sum given that he and his wife live in a $9.3 million Sentosa Cove house.

One Tupperware party organiser, Jiak Liao Bee, said she and her friends and relatives are hosting Tupperware parties to applaud the fairness of this decision.

Jiak said, while clapping slowly and making that tsk-tsk sound: “It is only right that someone embroiled in the biggest charity scandal should be allowed to go overseas. He is unlike Chee Soon Juan from SDP, who is bankrupt and barred from travel, when he can barely afford to fly.”

Speculation has also been rife over the past 12 hours as to whether Kong Hee or Jesus will return back first.

In view of this mood, the pot-luck Tupperware feasts will also consist of fellowship, where there will be singing of some handpicked karaoke songs dedicated to the occasion.

These include Here Without You by 3 Doors Down, Don’t Look Back In Anger by Oasis and the perennial classic, Leaving On A Jet Plane by John Denver.

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