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Coney Island cow: ‘S’poreans who eat beef but still act friendly towards me are hypocrites’

Posted on 11 October 2015

Most honest and scathing critique of Singaporeans so far yet.

Photo stolen from here

Photo stolen from here

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to eat beef but think a cow in real life is quirky and kind of cute, have come under fire for their preferences.

This after the male solitary Coney Island cow who gained fame overnight as a result of the opening of the 50-hectare island to the public on Oct. 10, 2015, criticised beef-eating Singaporeans who still found some in them to enthuse over a bovine’s presence on the island.

The cow, who gave its first name as Niu, said: “Whole day eat my family at restaurants and in burgers and now think I’m adorable.”

“Don’t come and act, please.”

“Treating me like a piece of meat only.”

The cow, who has been staying by itself on Coney Island off the north-east coast of mainland Singapore the last few years, also said the opening of its place of residence to Singaporeans is an unwanted intrusion into its privacy and act as a bane to locals there.

Niu said: “All these Singaporeans coming here to use the place, treat it like a hotel, causing overcrowding and leaving their mess.”

“We need to clamp down on them and restrict their numbers so that they don’t disrupt the way of life of the natives here.”

“All these foreigners from the mainland must know their place.”

 

 

 

 

 











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