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Just another day in Yishun - woman lies on the road, motionless and silent

Just another day in Yishun - woman lies on the road, motionless and silent

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In a recent post on STOMP, we find a woman lying down in the middle of the road looking up at the sky. She was initially sitting down along Yishun Avenue 5 before lying down.

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This unusual incident occurred in front of a bus stop at Block 732 Yishun Street 72 on Monday (May 31), at around 8.40pm.

And here are some comments from the stomper who uploaded the images on STOMP.

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YQ said: "She was just sitting there in the middle of the road and daydreaming. After that, she lay down on the road and didn't even talk.

"Someone approached and stood next to her, but she did not make any noise or whatsoever. She just lay down there.

"Some cars stopped while others moved to the other lane.

"I feel that it was quite dangerous for the woman to do that, but maybe she was too stressed. She did not seem drunk."

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We don't know whether this is an isolated incident or a recurring one so if you're in the Yishun area, please drive with caution and don't mistake the lady for debris.

We don't want another hit-&-run case like yesterday's Shiba Inu incident (refer to post below).

Personally, I feel sad for the lady. She might some mental issues that requires medical attention.

If anyone encounters such incidents, please react graciously. You never know what the other party is going through.

 



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This current covid/situation create a no of so call unique behaviour shown.

Most properly due to stress (financial / care / travelling / career ) 

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