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  1. Sexual Enhancement Drugs Hidden As ‘Clothes & Toys’ In Smuggling Attempt, ICA Notices Weird X-Rays source: https://mustsharenews.com/sexual-enhancement-drugs-smuggling/ Sexual Enhancement Drugs Hidden As ‘Clothes & Toys’ In Packages At Changi Airfreight Centre It seems that no matter how on the ball our Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) is, some people will still attempt to smuggle illegal products into Singapore. We’ve heard of people trying to bring in drugs, cigarettes, and even animals into Singapore. Now people are giving the ICA a, ahem, hard time by attempting to smuggle in sexual enhancement medicines. The discovery was revealed by the ICA in a Facebook post on Friday (11 Sep). Packages declared to be ‘clothes & toys’ According to the ICA, the discovery was made at the Changi Airfreight Centre on Tuesday (8 Sep). That means the items presumably came via air. Officers were conducting X-ray checks on packages that were declared to be “clothes & toys”. However, they noticed “anomalies” in the packages. Further inspection revealed 42.5kg worth of sexual enhancement products. The ICA has referred the case to the Health Sciences Authority for further investigation, it said. Concern over concealment method The ICA also expressed concern over the method that was used to conceal the goods. It said that similar methods may be used by others to smuggle products that pose a security threat to Singapore. Thus, it will continue to conduct checks on passengers, good and vehicles. Gun replicas intercepted from shipment Further illustrating the security threat to Singapore from smuggling, the ICA said in an earlier Facebook post on Wednesday (9 Sep) that it had intercepted gun replicas that presumably came via ship. At Tanjong Pagar Scanning Station, which checks on cargo arriving via sea, a container was being scanned on 6 Sep. It contained a consolidated consignment that was declared as toys and household items. More anomalies found from scanning From the scanning, officers again found anomalies in the shipment. Thus, they unstuffed the consignment at the importer’s premises. They then found 4 gun replicas, as well as various accessories. The case has since been referred to the Singapore Police Force for investigations. Concealment method may be used by terrorists The items on 6 Sep may have been gun replicas, but they could just have easily been real guns. Thus, the ICA also warned about this method of concealment. Apparently, terrorists may smuggle arms and explosives into Singapore in the same way. These weapons can be used to carry out attacks in Singapore. The ICA will hence continue to look out for dangerous contraband items like these at our checkpoints. Keeping our borders safe While the danger of weapons doesn’t need to be explained, sexual enhancement drugs are also risky as if they’ve not been tested and approved by the relevant authorities, they may contain harmful ingredients. Kudos to the ICA for keeping our borders safe by stopping the import of these potentially harmful items into Singapore. So we would advise those aiming to test the ICA further: Don’t.
  2. More details about a crash that happened on 19 June 2020 involving a bus and three cars at the junction of Sembawang Road and Gambas Avenue at 10.08am has been released. In the video posted by ROADS.sg, one can see a speeding Toyota Altis crashing into a Toyota CH-R at extreme speeds. The blue car was sent spinning from the impact and can be seen with its front bumper mangled. Impressively, the 52-year old driver in the Altis managed to flee the scene despite the severity of the crash. He was later caught for suspected drug-related and traffic-related offences. Meanwhile, the police said that the CH-R driver, a 50-year-old male car driver as well as his 39-year-old female passenger were conscious when taken to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. On a side note, do you guys think that if you happen to be planning a heist or something along those lines, that this video serves as proof that even in an accident as severe as this, you could walk away pretty much unharmed if you were in a Toyota Altis?
  3. Consumers can contact HSA on 6866-3538 or e-mail contact_hprg@hsa.gov.sg if they have more questions. HSA recalls 3 versions of diabetes drug metformin amid global testing for carcinogen SINGAPORE - Three versions of a diabetes medication are being recalled here after they were found to contain unsafe levels of an impurity that can potentially cause cancer. The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) tested all 46 locally marketed metformin medicines and the remaining 43 are not affected. The recall comes even as health authorities worldwide are checking if the impurity, carcinogen earlier found in heart and gastric drugs, might also be found in unsafe levels in diabetes drugs that are widely used. HSA said on Wednesday (Dec 4) that three metformin drugs were found to contain trace amounts of a nitrosamine impurity, called N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which are above the internationally acceptable level. NDMAs are classified as potential carcinogens for humans. The authority tested all 46 locally marketed metformin medicines and the remaining 43 are not affected. As a precaution, HSA said that it is recalling the three affected drugs, which are used to control high blood sugar levels in diabetic patients. The recalled drugs are: one batch of Glucient XR Tablet 500mg, supplied by Glorious Dexa Singapore; and all batches of Meijumet Prolonged Release Tablet in 750mg, and 1,000mg versions, supplied by Pharmazen Medical. The authority said that the risk to patients who have been taking the affected medicines is “very low”. This is because the potential risk of nitrosamines is associated with long-term use of the affected drugs, and the medicines have only been supplied here for a short period of time – since last year. Patients taking the affected metformin medicines are advised not to stop treatment on their own, as doing so suddenly will raise blood sugar levels, which may pose a greater health risk than the trace amounts of NDMA in the affected medicines. It has also advised healthcare professionals to contact their patients who are taking the affected drugs and arrange for an exchange of their medicines as soon as possible. Patients who are concerned about their current treatment should speak to their doctor or pharmacist. Besides being a potential human carcinogen, the NDMA nitrosamine impurity found in the diabetes drugs is also known to cause cancer in animals, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. NDMA can be found in food or the environment. They are commonly found in low levels in processed food – including pickled vegetables, salted fish, processed meat products such as bacon and sausages – and in polluted air. Nitrosamine impurities have recently also been found to be formed unexpectedly during the manufacture of some medicines. Recalls were done worldwide for affected products found to contain these impurities above acceptable levels. HSA said that acceptable levels of nitrosamines are set in one-billionth of a gram. This is based on what is considered as reasonably safe if a patient continues to take the affected medicine every day for a lifetime of 70 years. On Wednesday, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said that it is testing samples of metformin sold in the US for NDMA, Bloomberg reported. The agency will recommend recalls of the medication as appropriate. The European Medicines Agency said on the same day that companies should test for high levels of NDMA in metformin. No dangerous levels have been detected in European Union supplies to date. Poland's health minister, Lukasz Szumowski, said earlier that officials were scrutinising metformin-containing drugs but that no products would be pulled from the market as NDMA had been found in only trace amounts. HSA is working with the companies supplying the affected medicines and international regulatory agencies to verify the causes of the contamination, and identify the measures to address the issue.
  4. by the way the quantity also not alot
  5. Model-DJ Tenashar faces drug-related charges including cocaine consumption SINGAPORE - Well-known local model and club DJ Tenashar has been taken to court on drug charges. The former FHM Singapore cover girl, whose full name is Debbie Valerie Tenashar Long, is facing two counts of drug consumption. One involved cocaine and the other involved psilocin - a substance found in most psychedelic mushrooms. The 32-year-old Singaporean is also facing one count each of importing psilocin - a controlled drug - and being in possession of nimetazepam or Erimin-5. Long, who was first charged in court on May 26, allegedly committed the offences in October 2015. She is now remanded at Changi Women's Prison and appeared in court via video-link on Friday (June 22). The court heard that the prosecution was not ready as the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority is currently looking into a possible animal cruelty-related charge against her. Court documents said Long allegedly imported two containers each containing a packet of off-white/brown substance at Changi Airport Terminal 1, arrival belt 19, at around 10.20pm on Oct 28, 2015. The containers were labelled "Psilocybe Atlantis Forbidden Fruit". The contents, which weighed about 42g, were analysed and later found to contain psilocin, a compound which online open chemistry database PubChem says is found in most psychedelic mushrooms. Long is also accused of consuming psilocin and another substance known as benzoylecgonine, a major metabolite of cocaine, on Oct 28, 2015. At around 3am the next day, she is said to have had an Erimin-5 tablet in her possession in a sixth-storey unit at The Quayside condominium in Robertson Quay. News of her alleged drug-related offences first made the headlines in April 2016 when The New Paper reported that Long and her then boyfriend, Mr Thorsten Nolte, who is in his 40s, were wanted by the Central Narcotics Bureau for failing to report back after they were arrested for drug-related offences in 2015. Long had earlier told TNP that she had been dating Mr Nolte since February 2015. He was then separated from his wife, local celebrity Jamie Yeo. This was shortly after Ms Yeo, now 41, told lifestyle magazine 8 Days that she was divorcing Mr Nolte, whom she had married in 2010. The divorce has since been finalised. Mr Nolte's name did not appear in Long's court documents. Earlier news reports stated that Long was the first Singaporean to be featured on the cover of Playboy Thailand magazine in October 2013. That same month, she also became the first Singaporean to make British music magazine DJ Mag's list of Top 100 DJs, snagging the No. 87 spot. She was the only solo female DJ to make the list that year. Long, who is represented by lawyers Eugene Thuraisingam and Syazana Yahya, was offered bail of $30,000. She will be back in court on July 18. If convicted of drug consumption, Long can be jailed for up to 10 years and fined up to $20,000 on each charge. She faces up to 20 years in jail if convicted of importing psilocin.
  6. If you free there's this concert going on http://www.adac2017.com/breakin.html#section1 Free entry and registration, it's for the anti drug abuse campaign. Do support it!
  7. Bacteria83

    China teacher selling drug in school

    Cant believe im reading this, teacher should be a role model. someone whom impart important knowledge and value. Really a fuc*er trying to rune so many young teens. http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/china-maths-teacher-nabbed-for-selling-drugs-in-37-schools?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#xtor=CS1-10 China says social media has increasingly become a trading platform for drugs after police busted a ring run by a high school teacher accused of selling marijuana in at least 37 universities and schools, deepening concerns over the rise in the number of young drug users. Police in coastal Wenzhou city this week revealed that the raids took place in several provinces in which the police arrested 23 suspects, including the teacher, and seized about 200kg of marijuana. This comes one month after police in Beijing detained 16 students over drug abuse at a school known as the cradle of China's rock music. The relief mathematics teacher in Shandong, known only by his surname Sun, sold marijuana in 31 provinces and cities, including Hong Kong, via social media such as messaging apps WeChat and QQ, the Qianjiang Evening News reported on Wednesday. Sun, 32, used code words to communicate with distributors and buyers. Drug users were called "pilots", sellers "captains", and words like "white snow" and "pineapple" referred to different grades of drugs, reported news website The Paper. "If marijuana users leave the word 'pilot' when they apply to join the QQ groups, they'd be approved," an unnamed Wenzhou policeman was quoted as saying. He added that group members could view drug ads sent by Sun and place orders through private messages. Sun had a dozen distributors, among whom the youngest was a middle-school girl aged 16. She was nabbed by police in June last year. It is unclear how many students had bought drugs from Sun but the number of universities and schools involved is shocking, analysts said. "Despite all the laws and punishment, more young people are using drugs and the Internet has increasingly become a trading platform," Mr Yue Shenshan, a Beijing-based lawyer, was quoted by Xinhua news agency as saying. "It means that drug abuse is not only an issue of criminal offence, but also a serious social problem." Drug possession is punishable by fines or prison sentences. Drug traffickers face the death penalty depending on the amount involved. In a survey conducted by the Twitter-like Weibo, about one in two of more than 11,000 voters put the blame on corrupted social values, and close to 30 per cent of them criticised schools and families for insufficient social education. "This case indicates that some colleges and universities have given free rein to students," microblogger Qin Dading said in a post on Monday. "It's disappointing to see schools that are supposed to nurture talent turning into drug dens." Police started to monitor Sun's activities on social media last May and learnt that he sent to buyers marijuana labelled as tea leaves or chocolate, via delivery services. His supplies came from Canada, as well as Shandong and Guangxi, and were priced as low as 10 yuan (S$2) per gram, but he sold them at five times higher. He had traded more than 800,000 yuan worth of drugs in the first half of last year, according to Shanghai Daily. Sun, a graduate in agriculture studies, grew marijuana at a rented flat to "experiment and meet the increasing demand", police said. Sun, a father of a three-year-old boy, stored and packaged the drug in the flat instead of his home to keep his family in the dark. He started to sell drugs from May last year. His case is the latest in a series that has turned the spotlight on drug addicts in schools as police step up the crackdown on vice. On Nov 24, police raided the Beijing Midi School of Music and arrested 16 students, aged 18 to 29, after they failed urine tests, provoking intense discussion in the print media and the Internet. They were released after a three-day detention. Mr Zhang Fan, the school principal, said in early December that the students used drugs "out of curiosity", and that he decided to give them an opportunity to begin afresh. "I won't expel the students," he said. "They're young and should be allowed to err. But we can definitely change them, move them and teach them."
  8. Maybe too stressful after erection........... http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/sdp-chairman-arrested-for-drug-offence The 51-year-old chairman of the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP), Mr Jeffrey George, has been arrested for a drug offence, The Straits Times understands. SDP secretary-general Chee Soon Juan told the paper last night that the news of Mr George's arrest came as a shock. "I have known Jeff for many years and all this time he has discharged his duties as an SDP member and leader with professionalism. He is respected and well liked by his party colleagues," he said. The Central Narcotics Bureau, when asked if Mr George had been arrested, said through a spokesman: "A 51-year-old man has been arrested for drug-related offences. Investigations are ongoing." A shipping engineer, Mr George was elected chairman of the opposition party in October 2013. He was an election agent for Dr Chee and SDP vice-chairman John Tan in September's general election. Dr Chee added last night: "At this time, the family members need support as they go through a difficult period. They should be left alone to sort things out." Pearl Lee Joyce Lim
  9. His parents want you to watch this video. 24 Sep 2015 - Michigan Man Jailed Over Traffic Fine Suffers 17 Days of Untreated Drug Withdrawal, Dies Naked on Cell Floor
  10. Thaiyotakamli

    Singapore's cancer drug

    有得救 http://www.channelnewsasia.com/mobile/singapore/made-in-singapore-cancer/1988090.html SINGAPORE: A made-in-Singapore cancer drug is touted to be the first publicly-funded drug candidate discovered and developed in Singapore to make it to trials on humans. In a statement on Thursday (Jul 16), The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and Duke-National University of Singapore Graduate Medical School (Duke-NUS), announced the start of the Phase I clinical trial of novel cancer drug candidate, ETC-159. The Phase I clinical trial is meant to evaluate the safety and tolerability of ETC-159 in advanced solid tumours of up to 58 patients, and the first patient was dosed on Jun 18. The first two sites for the trial are the National Cancer Centre Singapore and the National University Hospital, and sites in the US will be added as the trial progresses. The drug is expected to target a range of cancers, including colorectal, ovarian and pancreatic cancers. These cancers are linked to a group of cell signalling pathways known as Wnt signalling, which have been identified to promote cancer growth and spread, said the agencies. ETC-159 acts as an inhibitor of these pathways. "This drug candidate therefore offers a promising novel and targeted cancer therapy that could shape future cancer therapeutic strategies," said A*STAR and Duke-NUS. ETC-159 was discovered and developed through a collaboration between A*STARs Experimental Therapeutics Centre (ETC), Drug Discovery and Development (D3) unit and Duke-NUS since 2009. It was based on the discovery work of Prof David Virshup from Duke-NUS. Prof David Virshup, inaugural Director of the Programme in Cancer and Stem Cell Biology at Duke-NUS, said: As the drug candidate provides a targeted cancer therapy, it could potentially minimise side effects and make cancer treatments more bearable for cancer patients." He added: "It is fitting that Singaporeans might be the first to benefit from this Singapore-developed drug."
  11. Big news in both China and Taiwan now!! http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/singaporeseen/this-urban-jungle/beijing-police-arrests-actor-kai-ko-and-jackie-chans-son-for-marijuana-use The Beijing police have confirmed the drug arrests of actors Kai Ko and Jaycee Chan, the son of action star Jackie Chan, said Chinese website NetEase on Monday night. The police said the arrests were made on Aug 14 in Dongcheng, Beijing, reports The Straits Times Online. They said they arrested, among others, a 32-year-old Hong Kong actor surnamed Chan, a 23-year-old Taiwanese actor surnamed Ko, and a 36-year-old Beijing personal assistant surnamed Sun. Both Chan and Ko tested positive for marijuana and confessed to taking it, the police said. Later, the police found more than 100g of marijuana in Chan’s residence and seized it. A 33-year-old unemployed Beijing man was arrested the next day on suspicion of selling drugs to Chan, the report said. Apple Daily said Chan was suspected of harbouring drug users, an offence which carries a penalty of up to three years in jail. Earlier in the evening, Ko’s agent Angie Chai confirmed his drug arrest, and said he would be detained for 14 days. In a press release issued at 8pm, she said she had just got a call from the Chinese police at 6.30pm, informing her that Ko would be detained for 14 days and that immediate family would soon be allowed to visit him. She wrote: “We only know the fact that Kai Ko made a mistake, but we don’t know the details.” She said she “nearly collapsed” when she got the call. She apologised to the public on his behalf, saying her company had neglected his “life education”. She said she had been anxious since Sunday, when she started hearing rumours about the arrest from her friends in Beijing but did not know how to verify the rumours. Accompanied by a lawyer, she went to a detention centre in Beijing in the afternoon. The computers there did not have any information on Ko, and she left with a “glimmer of hope” that the rumours were false, she said. She had not been able to believe the rumours, she said, because her company had always told actors not to touch drugs and Ko had told her he promised his mother to stay clean. Ko shot to stardom with the 2011 film You Are The Apple. On Weibo, his co-star Michelle Chen posted “what a fool”, as well as a crying face.|
  12. <_< Singaporeans are already feeding him for life. Drug courier spared death now challenges caning sentence Malaysian drug courier Yong Vui Kong, who was spared the gallows after a string of unsuccessful fights against his death sentence, is now challenging the caning regime in Singapore. Yong, 25, was re-sentenced in November last year to life imprisonment and 15 strokes of the cane. This followed changes to the law which give judges the discretion to impose life terms and caning, instead of the previously mandatory death penalty, for drug couriers who help the authorities in a substantive way. However, Yong filed an appeal last week, asking for his caning sentence to be quashed. His lawyer M Ravi is challenging the constitutionality of caning, in particular the manner in which the punishment is carried out. http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/courts-crime/story/drug-courier-spared-death-now-challenges-caning-sentence-20140428
  13. I have not consumed such drugs so I don't know if they promote creativity.
  14. A hit-and-run motorist was charged in a district court on Monday with causing the death of a pillion rider while driving rashly and under a driving ban. Ho Chee Wei, 27, faces a total of 12 charges including five for possession of drugs and utensils. He allegedly caused the death of pillion rider Chong Ying Ying, 23, by committing a rash act along Pan-Island Expressway on April 19 last year by speeding at 100 to 120kmh and failing to keep a proper lookout for motorcyclist Darren Loh Chen Sing, also 23. He is accused of causing grievous hurt to Mr Loh who was flung off the motorbike together with Ms Chong when the car crashed into their motorbike. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_789307.html
  15. FaezClutchless

    US$500,000 worth of cocaine found in a used MPV

    [extract] Usually when someone buys a used car, he/she will find some item left behind by the previous owner. Most of the time the item is left behind due to the previous owner totally forgotten about the item or he/she can
  16. Big boo boo... Very interesting that the evening chinese news reported them denying the under reporting was for the GE. From CNA: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1154849/1/.html CNB reports error in drug arrests By S Ramesh | Posted: 22 September 2011 1831 hrs
  17. Courtesy of New Zealand NEWS No charge for NZ student in Singapore A young New Zealand student arrested in Singapore for allegedly using cannabis has been released without charge, New Zealand officials say. The student was one of 15 people, aged 13 to 25, arrested for allegedly buying cannabis from a 37-year-old Singapore resident. The New Zealander had initially been detained, but was released without being charged, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade spokeswoman said. She would not release the person's sex or age. The alleged dealer was also arrested in the nationwide drug bust. In Singapore, a person found guilty of using or possessing cannabis faces up to 10 years in jail and/or a $S20,000 ($NZ19,815) fine. Anyone trafficking more than 500g of cannabis may be executed. The other suspects are from Singapore, the United States, Britain, France, India, Indonesia or South Africa, officials say. According to CNB Penalties Possession or consumption of Cannabis: Up to 10 years of imprisonment or S$20,000 fine or BOTH Illegal traffic, import or export of: Cannabis of more than 500 grams > DEATH Cannabis resin of more than 200 grams > DEATH Cannabis mixture of more than 1,000 grams > DEATH
  18. Whisper_2000

    Former NUS don arrested in drug raid

    This type of drugs(ICE) are giving drug enforcement agencies around the world headaches as it can be manufactured in your very own kitchen but it can also be deadly with the toxic fumes & also may explode with just a drop of sweat. The addicts are not only limited to lowly paid workers but also lawyers, business owners & doctors. It is extremely addictive which eventually destroy families & careers like the one below. This is what i can summarize after watching Discovery channel. I'm posting this as Singapore also has this problem & do watch out for your friends or children. Former NUS don arrested in drug raid A former NUS real estate Associate Professor was among those arrested for drug possession during a Central Narcotics Bureau raid. The raid in the Lavender Street area took place last December on 16th December 2010. 54-year-old Harold Tan was believed to have been found with several drugs, including 'ice'. Tan is undergoing treatment and rehabilitation in a drug rehabilitation centre. According to a personal profile of him on the web, Tan taught Real Estate Development and Finance and has 26 years experience. He resigned last November. He was also a consultant who oversaw property developments in China, Malaysia and Singapore. The profile listed Tan as a Public Service Commission Local Merit Scholar and Jurong Town Corporation Overseas Merit Scholar. - By Dylan Tan
  19. And he's a scholar too! Former NUS lecturer nabbed in drug bust SINGAPORE : A former National University of Singapore (NUS) Associate Professor was among those arrested for drug possession during a Central Narcotics Bureau raid. The raid in the Lavender Street area took place on December 16 last year. 54
  20. Hondacrv

    Drug war

    Source i can only relate myself to mexico for their mexican wave during the '86 WC
  21. Picnic06-Biante15

    One Singaporean Drug Hero in Japan ........

    CNA report : Singaporean with hidden drugs arrested in Japan TOKYO: Japanese police have arrested a Singapore man after finding about four kilogrammes (8.8 pounds) of illegal drugs hidden inside his wheelchair as he arrived at a Tokyo airport, reports said Monday. The unidentified 47-year-old man flew into Narita international airport near Tokyo on September 5 on a Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong via Taipei, the Kyodo and Jiji Press news agencies reported. Four bags containing unidentified stimulants worth 360 million yen (four million dollars) were found inside the seat cushion of his wheelchair, the reports said, adding that prosecutors had since indicted the man. A Japanese customs source was quoted by Kyodo as saying that the case was "quite unconscionable because the suspect probably tried to take advantage of inspectors' attitude toward the disabled". It was not immediately clear if the man was genuinely disabled or had used the wheelchair as a ruse. S$4 million worth of drugs he was carrying ................ The value is really
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  23. Sabretan

    Shocking! A case of drug abuse???

    Came across this news article on ChinaSmack website http://www.chinasmack.com/2010/videos/nake...r-on-drugs.html
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