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S’poreans disgusted with PAP’s Teo Ho Pin…

Posted on 19 May 2013

… as he anyhow press WP’s Sylvia Lim.


Singaporean women have expressed their outrage at the recent showdown between PAP’s Teo Ho Pin and Workers’ Party’s Sylvia Lim over some town council matters that are quite important.

A Singaporean woman, Luan Luan Dong, said: “As a woman, I find it offensive that a man can openly press a woman in public, some more in Singapore parliament.”

“I thought pressing a woman in public only happens in India.”

Others say Teo Ho Pin should follow the advice of a convicted vandal.

Di Di An, said: “Teo Ho Pin should heed the Sticker Lady traffic light button advice. No need to press so many times.”

Another Singaporean woman, An Dao Shuang, said pressing a woman in public is increasingly common: “Sometimes when I take the train in the evenings I will feel random men pressed up against me.”

“I’ll give them the annoyed look but they act like they have every right to hold it against me,” she continued, in classic double entendre fashion.

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