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S’porean Sons who evade NS come from good families

S’porean Sons who evade NS come from good families

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If not, no way to judge their character.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who judge other people by their character, are applauding ex-Singaporean males who evaded National Service.

This after they believe Singaporean Sons who skip the country to go overseas to avoid being called up for NS must be from good families.

One Singaporean, Zao Lor, said: “These days got more and more Singaporeans come from good families. Like from a family with a lawyer.”

“If you are not from a good family, you won’t break the law.”

“Only if you are from a good family, you will break the law.”

“Then when you tell people you from good family, you won’t be punished so severely.”

Other locals said the leading cause of breaking the law is coming from a good family.

Another local, Cheong Sua, said: “Those Singaporeans who come from good families are usually low profile.”

“They must make themselves more prominent and recognised and raise their profile.”

“So, breaking the law is an ideal way to let other people know you come from a good family.”







7 S’porean sons fainted after touching tree and come back repeatedly

7 S’porean sons fainted after touching tree and come back repeatedly

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Publicity stunt promoting basic drill commands in CBD turns into Special Ops Forces training.

Whole lot touch the tree and come back

Whole lot touch the tree and come back

A total of seven Singaporean Sons were admitted to A&E after a publicity stunt showcasing basic drill commands went awry.

This occurred around 2 p.m. in the CBD.

Initially, the publicity stunt — believed to have been the brainchild of some insensitive non-local — was supposed to be about letting the public shout innocent commands at the Singaporean Sons and they will act it out accordingly.

However, things got intense when some locals started using Hokkien expletives. This immediately caused the Singaporean Sons to feel like they were back in BMT.

Several Singaporean Sons were seen going into lenient rest position, while others started to knock it down.

Others were seen doing leopard crawl on the grass patch outside of Raffles Place MRT station.

Some others — about seven of them in total — who were told to touch the tree and come back repeatedly without water parade, fainted.

To make the scenarios more intense, several vehicles at the side of the road were parked in idle position and releasing exhaust gas to emulate smoky conditions.

All of it felt like Special Ops Forces training.

One Singaporean woman who was witnessing the whole scenario while holding onto a sliced papaya after lunch, said: “Wah today weather quite hot ah.”

All seven admitted to A&E have been discharged. They will be given 2 days Attend C and one day Attend B and excuse PT.