Boy stranded on top of Admiralty sheltered walkway not drunk nor unhappy

Posted on 27 December 2013

Committee of Investigation requests public not to speculate on cause, wait for Prime Minister’s address.

Photo stolen from here

Photo stolen from here

A boy was rescued from the top of a sheltered walkway in Admiralty this morning.

He was led to safety by three very brave Bangladeshi workers, who have yet to be mistaken by The Straits Times and Channel News Asia as the Little India riot hero.

No evidence of unhappiness or traces of alcohol were found on the boy.

A Committee of Investigation has set up to find the root cause of the boy’s estrangement atop a walkway.

The COI is requesting the public not to speculate on the cause of his strandedness and to wait for the Prime Minister to address this issue.

However, this has not prevented speculations from the public-at-large about why the boy was so high.

One local, Teo Teow, said while putting on his sunglasses: “I believe, that the boy was… trying to take the high road… Oh yeeeeeeah.”





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