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Singa the Lion joins Al-Qaeda

Singa the Lion joins Al-Qaeda

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From courtesy to global terrorism, mascot has had it with humanity.


Singa the Lion, Singapore’s ex-mascot for courtesy, has joined terrorist network Al-Qaeda.

In a high-profile resignation yesterday that went viral, he wrote in his letter that was tendered to the Singspore Kindness Movement: “I’m just too tired to continue facing an increasingly angry and disagreeable society.”

No mention was made of where he was headed to next or what he intended to do.

However, his resignation and immediate entry into a global terrorist network was not surprising.

Self-styled political pundit Eric de Yaya, said this adverse reaction is a result of losing faith in humanity: “At the end of the day, he’s a lion, a beast. At the core, he just wants to rape and pillage if given the chance.”

His resolve, though, is being questioned.

Members of the public interviewed said Singa will come crawling back, showing that he is a pussy rather than lion-hearted.

Mei Li Mao, a Singaporean, said: “Good luck to him moving into the mountains. After so many years in Singapore, he won’t stand a chance without modern conveniences.”

Singa the Lion gets vandalised online

Singa the Lion gets vandalised online

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Move to bring its courtesy campaign online fails even before it starts.


Singa the Lion, known as the evergreen mascot of courtesy, has been given a dose of the real world.

Well, given a dose of the online world to be exact.

Even before he ventures into cyberspace as the Singapore Kindness Movement takes its campaign to the online arena to try to calm frayed nerves and encourage civility, Singa the Lion has been given a discourteous welcome.

Online vandals have struck by spray-painting the words “Go Away Freak” in red on Singa’s face.

This was accompanied by blue doodles on his right eye brow and shirt.

However, it is not known if this vandalism is a reaction to the recent trial and punishment of the Sticker Lady, who is mandated to serve 240 hours of community service for sticking stickers at traffic junctions.

The good news: Singa the Lion, forever the optimist, is not taking things lying down.

He said: “I can only be killed with fire.”