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Sticker Lady to have a taste of own medicine

Sticker Lady to have a taste of own medicine

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Court to decide if Sticker Lady should be vandalised as punishment.

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Singapore is exploring options of meting out unusual punishment to the Sticker Lady, a.k.a. Samantha Lo, for her role in creating fringe street art that is determined to be vandalism by authorities who are anal-retentive about cleanliness and order.

One way she could be punished is to spray paint her with local sayings on her body.

For example, her arm can be spray painted to say “My Government Arm” and it will be left on her for the duration her spray painted “My Grandfather Road” was left on the ground.

Another way is to paste stickers on various parts of her body.

For instance, a sticker with a local saying such as, “Stare too hard I paiseh”, will be pasted on her forehead and she will be made to parade around in it.

The sticker will be left on her for the duration her stickers with local sayings such as “Anyhow paste kena fine” were left at the buttons at pedestrian crossings.

When asked to comment whether this move is a rumour or grounded in reality, a police spokesperson who did not want to be named said there are plans in the pipeline to showcase Singapore’s creativity.

The spokesperson said: “As the accused does not have scrotum, we cannot cane her like Michael Fay.”

Govt staged Sticker Girl arrest to promote her art, win over young people

Govt staged Sticker Girl arrest to promote her art, win over young people

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In a shocking turn of events that has set tongues wagging, the Singapore government has been found to be conspiring with Sticker Girl to promote her art works all along.

“The arrest is all part of their ingenious plan,” says the whistleblower with a shiny head, “now everyone is talking about and making parodies of Sticker Girl’s works.”

Her blog‘s traffic was found to have shot up 1,000 times since her arrest, pushing her into the national spotlight.

The government has been faced with declining popularity among young people. They are also frustrated by their own inept social media outreach efforts, and sought to create a revamped approach towards reaching out to future voters.  Their idea required coordination among five ministries, the People’s Association, and the police. Read the full story