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S’poreans react to man who insists on blowing bubbles in MRT station even when told to stop

Posted on 24 March 2016

Three thoughts you must have had.


A bubble artist who performs under the moniker, The Order of the Imaculate Bubble, was told to stop blowing bubbles inside HarbourFront MRT station by a staff member there.

The incident was recorded on video.

The artist, who maintained throughout the video that it was not illegal for him to blow bubbles and that he knew the code of conduct inside a station, then accused the staff of detaining him after a confrontation.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:


sian-half-auntie “This is not the kind of thing anyone should be doing in the aftermath of a tragedy where two SMRT staff were killed.”
Mei Lee Mao, 45-year-old dining etiquette coach


sian-half-uncle “He should pull this stunt off at Brussels airport and see if he gets shot.”
Ho Yee See, 62-year-old undertaker


happy-bird-girl “If he likes to blow things so much, he should just go to Desker Road.”
Seh Qing Kuan, 16-year-old part-time student










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