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More people from S’pore can now escape to Perth as Australia airports allow for self-check-out

Posted on 22 July 2014

It’s a breeze these days to screw life up on social media and head Down Under.


It is good news all around for some segments of people from Singapore who have a tendency to put their feet in their mouths.

Automated self-check-out systems have been put in place in various airports in Australia, in a bid to facilitate people from Singapore to enter the country more conveniently — and flee to Perth after putting their foot into their mouths on social media.

This news of the newly-implemented system to assist escapees has been met with cheers from some quarters in Singapore.

Amy Leong, an assistant director at NTUC, said: “Now I can bitch about void deck weddings on Facebook knowing that I can make a run for it without hassle.”

Other people from Singapore, such as Anton Hazey, said: “Now I can take public transport, say it stinks on Facebook, get sabo-ed by my friends who repost it on social media, pack up my wife and kid and make a run for it in under three hours before it blows over.”

“And then get a PR company to write an apology on my behalf so that the whole of Singapore can appreciate my sincerity.”


News from Down Under:

Super efficient NTUC fires Amy Cheong, immediately advertises her vacated position

S’poreans touched by British expat Anton Casey’s heartfelt apology

Perth says she will not take in Jesslyn Tan

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