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S’poreans accuse NEA, ST of spreading false information

Posted on 22 December 2013

It did not rain on Saturday, wet weekend my arse, they say.

heavy-rain-my-arse

Singaporeans from all walks of life with varying levels of tolerance for fake news are taking the National Environment Agency and The Straits Times to task.

This after the NEA alerted Singaporeans that this weekend will be very wet and rainy and ST carried the report announcing to the world about it on Friday morning.

However, it has turned out that half the weekend has past, and it was hot and sunny on Saturday for most parts of Singapore, with nary a droplet of rain reported.

Angry Singaporeans are blaming both organisations for spreading rumours about the weather and casting aspersions on the integrity of the weather.

One angry Singapore, Mei Xia Yu, said: “I will be sending an angry email to Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen to warn him about this DRUMS.”

 

 

 

 

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