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Manhunt hot bods cause global warming, resulting in dead fishes

Posted on 03 July 2013

Temperatures soared over the weekend as Manhunt 2013 finalists pose for the cameras.

Dead fishes floating around after temperatures increase

Dead fishes floating around after temperatures increase

Close to 90,000kg of fish have washed up dead at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve over the weekend.

The Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) said that they died due to a lack of oxygen in the water.

The statement by the AVA said the lack of oxygen is due to the recent hot and dry weather conditions with little rainfall.

In turn, the hot and dry weather conditions can be attributed to the latest batch of 15 men vying for the Manhunt Singapore 2013 top spot, who did a photo shoot showcasing their jewels.


Their hot bods sent temperatures soaring, as they simultaneously ripped a new one for the ozone.

Si Beh Zhuar, a Singaporean, said: “The hail would have melted in the presence of these guys.”

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