Bukit Batok hill beside MRT station stripped bare, to be renamed Bukit Botak

Posted on 17 March 2015

MRT to be renamed Bukit Botak MRT.

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The Bukit Batok hill beside the MRT station that was infested with rats months ago has been stripped bare in a bid to promote deforestation to enable global warming and weed out any vermin.

According to land plans provided by the authorities, the removal of all greenery from the hill is in line with the renaming of land in Bukit Batok as Bukit Botak, and to promote runoff of rainfall to flood the drains and create drama in society.

“Batok” is the alternative spelling for “buttocks”, while “botak” means bald.

Mei Tou Fa, a Bukit Botak resident, said she is glad the hill is now barren, which will make it a major landmark for taxi drivers to find: “I used to say ‘Bukit Batok’ but I get quite self-conscious because it is like saying ‘buttocks’.”

“Now I can say Bukit Botak loudly without blushing.”

 

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