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S’poreans doubt authenticity of latest kindness etiquette campaign

Posted on 18 September 2013

Having been duped by Singa the Lion’s fake resignation and FairPrice Finest’s marketing home dinner.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life and with varying levels of gullibility are seriously doubting the latest kindness movement campaign as they don’t know if it is real.

The aim of the campaign is to encourage more considerate behaviour on buses and MRT trains.

However, Singaporeans are unsure whether to believe the authenticity of the campaign as they already had their feelings cheated multiple times before.

Earlier this year in May, the courtesy mascot Singa the Lion kicked up a media storm by announcing that he has had it with humanity and was resigning from his courtesy mascot post.

It was later discovered that he was sleeping with Ris Low.

And he was still employed and on the courtesy payroll.

Singaporeans were later duped again earlier this month when it was revealed that a well-attended home dinner invite by two German expats in Singapore was paid for by FairPrice Finest.

Bu Xiang Xing, a local said: “Maybe they should have a campaign to promote credulity in Singaporeans.”

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