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S’pore awash with drugs after death penalty got cancelled

Posted on 16 November 2013

Peddlers out in full force, recruitment drive going on for more pushers.

Drugs all over the place. Photo stolen from here:

Drugs all over the place.
Photo stolen from here.

Singapore is awash with drugs after the death penalty got cancelled in dramatic fashion two days ago.

A drug peddler, who was sitting on a four-year death row was miraculously spared, making it good news for drug kingpins who are emboldened to find new ways to market and franchise their goods.

Hai Luo Yin, a local said: “I was buying Hokkien Mee this morning and the auntie was pushing meth.”

Besides targeting adults, children are also zoomed in on.

Mai Wan Ju, another Singaporean said: “Toys R Us has a section selling toy replicas for shooting up heroin.”

To make drugs even more widely available, discount vouchers for purchasing drugs are now bundled as part of credit card sign ups.

Drugs are also used as house warming presents and solemnisation gifts.

Pao Pao Cha, another Singaporean said: “Crack cocaine is now more ubiquitous than Gong Cha.”





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