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S’poreans give up seats for conjoined twins on MRT

Posted on 24 February 2017

Locals prove that they have a heart.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like taking the train because they are aware of the importance of cars as they are expensive, demonstrated that they are not just about fast-paced lifestyle and money.

This after they graciously allowed a pair of conjoined twins full access to their coveted seats on the MRT.

The female conjoined twin’s shoulder is attached to her male twin’s crotch.

One Singaporean, Shuang Bao Tai, said: “They were a jumble of arms and legs but they showed complete mastery of their seating arrangement.”

However, some Singaporeans question SMRT’s stance on conjoined twins.

Ji Duo Qian, a local, asked: “Do conjoined twins enjoy subsidies for taking public transport or do they have to pay a fare for two people?”







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