Search teams with dogs comb heartlands for Toa Payoh hawker centre couple

Posted on 25 April 2017

Closing in.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who enjoy watching from the sidelines as events culminate into a paroxysm of pressure-releasing justice, are watching with bated breath.

This after search teams with sniffer dogs have been deployed island-wide to suss out the Toa Payoh hawker centre couple as they have not been found despite the best efforts of the citizenry.

One Singaporean, Fang Gou, said: “It’s a matter of time. They can run and they can hide, but we will find them.”

“Because Singapore is really small and really cramped. Unless they do a Mas Selamat and swim across the Causeway.”

However, this manhunt has taught Singaporeans other valuable lessons.

Another local, Bei Pan, said: “We wouldn’t have to go to these extremes to find out the couple’s identities if only one of their friends bao tou them.”

“But I guess the couple have loyal friends.”

“Or maybe they have no friends to begin with, which is not entirely unthinkable.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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