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AVA to euthanise noisy S’poreans

AVA to euthanise noisy S’poreans

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The best solution.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe it is okay to kill anything that makes excessive noise, are applauding the latest efforts to keep decibels low.

This after the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore announced they will take action to euthanise any Singaporeans if they receive any complaints that deem locals to be noisy.

One Singaporean, Cha See Lang, said: “This measure will be effective in dealing with Singaporeans who keep making noise to complain about this and that.”

“Kids play football noisy? Complain. Chicken make noise? Complain.”

“Ownself complain and make noise? Must complain also. Send AVA in and euthanise these Singaporeans who keep making noise as they accuse others of doing so.”

Other locals said AVA euthanising Singaporeans will send a strong message to the rest of the population.

Another local, Gan Diao, said: “I think all noisy persons must be euthanised.”

“Since the government wants to be recognised as a person as it is always acting like a whiny bitch, it also should be euthanised.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Vet who put down ‘aggressive’ puppy should put down aggressive spitting S’porean

Vet who put down ‘aggressive’ puppy should put down aggressive spitting S’porean

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Since aggressive Singaporean poses more of a threat to society than that cutie little poochie poo.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life and with various pets are urging the vet from The Animal Clinic who euthanised Tammy, a 7-month-old puppy for being “aggressive” to put their euthanasia skills to good use.

They want the vet to euthanise the aggressive spitting Singaporean instead.

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The spitting Singaporean, forever immortalised on video, was reacting to his surroundings with escalating aggression and could not be muzzled.

He not only jumped queue while boarding the bus, but was foaming at the mouth.

One Singaporean, Yang Chong Wu, said: “Actually, if cannot euthanise, neuter him also can.”