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S’poreans apologise to SMRT for dry humping one another at Lakeside MRT station

Posted on 24 October 2014

They also personally say sorry to SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek.

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Singaporeans from the west side of Singapore, who like to take the MRT train because cars are for rich people, have gone on their knees and repeatedly say sorry to SMRT and its CEO and ask for their forgiveness.

This after many Singaporeans were caught on camera dry humping one another at Lakeside MRT station at about 740am on Oct. 22, 2014.

The incident showed clearly the perpetrators of this gross inappropriate indecent act in action and enjoying every moment of it.

 
Lai Zuo Ai, one of the commuters caught in the sandwich of sweaty human bodies plastered against each other in a sexually-charged way, said: “I would like to apologise to SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek for my actions. I feel disgusted by my own behaviour. I shouldn’t do this kind of things in public. Not anymore, at least.”

This act of contrition was met with agreement from other commuters who were caught up in the dry humping experience.

Another local, Qu Sio Gan, said: “I am sorry, SMRT. This is not right. I am not at liberty to thrust like this.”

“And we the commuters are sorry that we caused your MRT train to break down again. We should not have left the house at the same time and take the train at the same time. We are outraged that we should all go to work and school at the same time.”

“The SMRT CEO should not have to deal with this kind of inconsiderate behaviour of commuters since he is paid so much money every month. This kind of problems is really beyond him.”

 

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S’poreans apologise to SMRT CEO for causing his trains to frequently break down

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