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  1. Hi all, What to do when infected with Shingles? Saw doc today and diagnosed as herpes zoster; aka Shingles. i did a search on it on MCF and came out this thread http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showto...amp;hl=shingles Any more advices? What not to eat or drink? Can bathe? Doc gave a cream called Dravyr Cream Shingles is at ear area, the outer folds of the ear. Doc say if the infection goes to the eyes, can get blind..... geez... Should see TCM? or just use the Dravyr Cream? Doc never give MC.... how come no MC? i been wondering, and i forgot to ask for MC. Isn't Shingles infectious?
  2. Andyngps

    Tyre kena sabo

    Hi all. Anyone knows how I can prosecute someone for the above? Maybe some will serve it serves me right but I am just interested in how can I catch the bugger. My front camera caught him bending down and then up again in a swift manner. This was after I check my camera when my tyre got a nail. And why I suspected this bugger was because he was trying to cut queue and take my slot while I had been waiting in a crowded carpark. And I had to get down, be stern with him before he finally drove away. After I parked, I left for a while. Half an hour later when I returned and drove off, I noticed my tyre got a nail in it. Cannot be sp zhun one I was thinking. So I checked back my camera and there it shows the same guy in front of my ride moments ago. Unfortunately I cannot see exactly what he did in the video.
  3. turning right at junction with the right turning arrow on. going straight is red. so i signal from the second right most lane near the junction into the right most lane to turn right. interestingly enough, the traffic camera flash at me. by then i already made the turn, while the turning right arrow is still not flashing. any mcfer kena this before and got a ticket? i guess i must have trip the sensor on the second right most lane.
  4. Little_prince

    MBS kena scammed!

    wow. i wonder how they did it? maybe they're like those MIT kids.
  5. Adrianli

    Dog kena hit

    Woke up to some commotion downstairs. Then saw blinkers. Saw a dog lying on the middle of the road. RIP to the doggie. Not sure what happened, did not see any other vehicles on site except for two police cars.
  6. http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/officer-accused-of-molesting-woman-gave-different-account-of-what-happened-nea Officer accused of molesting woman gave different account of what happened: NEA SINGAPORE - A National Environment Agency (NEA) officer accused of hugging a woman from behind has given a different account of what happened, NEA said in a statement on Thursday (Jan 14). "The officer highlighted has given his account of what had happened, which is different from what was alleged, to the police," an NEA spokesman said. NEA said that they are aware of the case which happened at Suntec City Tower 2 on Jan 8. The enforcement officers had seen a woman smoking under the covered walkway near the staircase of Suntec City Tower 2, and asked for her particulars. "The incident occurred as our officers were requesting for her particulars in order to take enforcement action against her for smoking in a smoking prohibited place," NEA said. "Subsequently, the enforcement officers requested police assistance." The agency did not provide more details as the police are investigating the case. The 33-year-old woman, who has not been named, told Shin Min Daily News that an NEA enforcement officer hugged her from behind when he was trying to stop her from leaving. She told the Chinese daily that she lit up her cigarette as she was approaching a smoking area at Suntec City Tower 2 during her lunch break. She was then stopped by a man who said he was an NEA officer. "The man claimed that he is an NEA officer and asked me to show my identity card, but I did not bring it downstairs so I quickly stubbed out my cigarette and tried to leave," she told Shin Min. As she was heading back to her office, she said that she was stopped by a second man, who blocked her way. She told Shin Min that the man asked her for her identity card, but did not show his own identification. She ignored him, called her husband and continued to walk back to her office building. As she was using her staff pass to enter a gantry at the office building, she said she felt someone hug her from behind. When she managed to break free, she realised that it was the second man who had tried to stop her earlier. The man then grabbed her left arm, only letting go when she shouted: "What do you want? Why are you doing this?" She said that the officer had touched her chest and she felt humiliated. She then called the police, Shin Min reported. After the incident, she tried to board a taxi to leave the area but was stopped by the man, who opened the door and told the driver not to drive off. The woman then alighted. It is unclear what happened next. Later, the woman's husband arrived at the scene and they went to a police station to make a report. The police confirmed that a report was made and said that they are investigating. NEA said that their officers are trained to handle "challenging field situations", and the agency has "strict protocols" to guide them. "This includes engagement and disengagement of offenders, as well as handling of situations where offenders try to escape," NEA said. Offenders caught smoking in a prohibited area can be fined from $200 to $1,000, according to the agency's website.
  7. literally is ownself check ownself ...hahaha
  8. incident happened at 5.30am. si ginna picked the wrong person to rob.... taxi driver is bigger size than him. his knees also injured.. taxi driver power the robber was pinned to the ground with the help of 2 passerbys pic from hwz
  9. Mustank

    Man's balls kena burned by acid!

    http://www.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne%2BNews...912-298958.html hmmmmmm
  10. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin.../359637/1/.html By Conrad Raj, TODAY | Posted: 11 July 2008 1114 hrs SINGAPORE: The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has imposed one of its heaviest civil penalties ever on the former financial controller of Cosco Corporation Singapore, Teo Chuan Teck, by fining him $320,000 for insider trading
  11. Duckduck

    High flyer kena sexposed...

    http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/enews/realtime/20141012/53009654?top=12h http://therealsingapore.com/content/married-former-ida-wda-director-spotted-getting-intimate-hong-kong-model
  12. Thaiyotakamli

    Singapore Tanker Ship Kena Hijacked

    Hope they safe http://in.mobile.reuters.com/article/idINKBN0D901P20140423?irpc=932 KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Armed pirates raided an oil tanker off the coast of Malaysia and took three crew members with them, Malaysian maritime officials said on Wednesday, underscoring increasing threats to shipping in one of the world's busiest waterways. The incident in the Malacca Strait, a route for about a quarter of the world's seaborne oil trade, has fuelled fears piracy could be on the rise in the area and drive up ship insurance premiums. "We are very concerned," said Noel Choong, head of the International Maritime Bureau's Malaysia-based Piracy Reporting Centre, who added the ship was hijacked while sailing near the Malaysia town of Port Klang. "It's the first time this has happened so far north in the Malacca Strait, and the first time they have kidnapped the crew. It's not an area where we have seen the modus operandi of ships hijacked for their cargo," he told Reuters. Eight Indonesian pirates in a fishing vessel boarded the Naniwa Maru No.1 at 1 a.m. local time on Tuesday off the coast of west Malaysia, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency said. The pirates pumped out about 3 million litres of the 4.5 million litres of diesel carried by the tanker into two waiting vessels and made off with three Indonesian crew members, including the captain and chief engineer, the agency said. "There is a possibility that the abducted crew was involved in the hijack based on new leads and that their personal documents, clothes and belongings were taken along with then," the agency said in a statement. The Saint Kitts and Nevis reigstered oil tanker, which was bound for Myanmar from Singapore, had been towed to Malaysia's Port Klang for further investigations. Malaysian authorities are now working closely with their Indonesian counterparts to track down the two vessels and locate the missing crew. GOING NORTH Regional security officials have previously told Reuters that armed gangs prowling the Malacca Strait may be part of a syndicate that can either have links to the crew on board the hijacking target or inside knowledge about the ship and cargo. Such intelligence-led hijacks have involved seizing tankers so that gasoil cargoes can be transferred and sold on the black market, the officials, who declined to be identified because they are not authorised to speak to the media, have said. The stolen cargo is worth about $2.5 million, based on the average price of diesel this year in Singapore, data from British shipping services firm Clarkson shows. The tanker is managed by Singapore company Pantec Chartering which was unable to comment when contacted by Reuters. The 4,999-deadweight tonne vessel had a 18 member crew of Indonesian, Thai, Myanmar and Indian nationals. Insurance sources said the incident was unlikely to spark an immediate increase in premiums, but insurers would be concerned if there were several more hijackings. Previous tanker hijackings and cargo thefts have taken place closer to Singapore, with five such incidents between 2011 and 2013, according to the government-to-government body Regional Co-operation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP). There were eight armed robbery attacks in the Malacca Strait and around Singapore in the first quarter this year, compared with one in the same period last year, Singapore-headquartered ReCAAP said, although most were small thefts. (Reporting by Al Zaquan Amer Hamzah; Writing by Niluksi Koswanage; Editing by Clarence Fernandez and Ron Popeski
  13. Mustank

    Bike Forum Sniper Kena Caught

    Damm sianz day Let us have a minute of silence for fallen bro http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-drink-man-woman-16/dont-take-upskirt-expect-get-away-kudos-girl-gpgt-4831033-5.html
  14. I parked my car at Ubi open carpark between blks 341 and 339. Found out the front bumper right side was badly brushed against, paint came off and such. Anyone witness which car did it? The perpetrator did not even leave behind an apology note.
  15. Interesting device... But think it's very anti social to use it. I would kpkb if I'm in the receiving end. If need the space then spend money to buy Biz class tickets!! http://travel.asiaone.com/article/news/one-mans-right-is-anothers-wrong 1. What is a Knee Defender? A nifty - or annoying, depending on how you see it - pocket-size device, Knee Defenders are basically sturdy plastic clips.Costing US$21.95 (S$27.41), they come in a set of two, and exist to protect the sacred ground that is an airline passenger's leg room.Opinion on the Knee Defender is varied - some, especially tall people, adore it, while others have taken to label it as plain rude. 2. Sounds interesting. How is it used? Preserving your leg room has never been easier.Users first extend the seat table in front of them, before proceeding to clip one Knee Defender onto each of the table's arms.The Knee Defender can then be slid up and down the table arm, effectively allowing the user to "control" how far the seat in front can recline.The closer the Knee Defender is to the seat in front, the less reclining leeway the seat will have.To top it off, the Knee Defender website even has a printable "Courtesy Card", which manufacturers suggest the user passing to the passenger sitting in front, to inform him or her about the upcoming failure of their seat's recline feature. 3. Why would I need such a device? Aside from the obvious comfort of having sufficient leg room, the space that a Knee Defender gives can be used to, according to the product's website, work on one's laptop or engage in anti-deep vein thrombosis (DVT) exercises.Don't miss these... Knee Defender a hit after in-flight spatFlight diverted because of quarrel over legroom DVT, also known as Economy Class Syndrome, is a medical condition whereby a potentially dangerous blood clot develops in a person, as a result of limited space or movement.Of course, whether or not the Knee Defender is the best solution to these problems is another contentious topic 4. Who invented it? Ira Goldman, a 1.93m tall Washington DC resident who wanted to help fellow tall airline passengers deal with the problem of being "bashed in the knees over and over again". He first marketed the product in 2003. 5. What are airlines' policies over its use? News reports regarding the Knee Defender stem mostly from the US, although its manufacturer's website claims to have purchases from the "7 continents". According to an article in the BBC, the US Federal Aviation Administration has yet to ban the gadget, although most major US airlines, such as United Airlines, have. 6. Where can I buy one? Do you think the Knee Defender is for you? Are you ready to accept the death stares or scowls of disapproval that might result from your using it?
  16. Duckduck

    Blogger tio by LHL liao!

    http://thehearttruths.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ChannelNewsAsiaSingapore/posts/10152117852852934 typp: Mods pls help edit my topic title as the blogger has not had legal action taken against him yet... but the article is still accesible in his blog...???
  17. Vega

    PRC mistress kena caught

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhgDh_k2otk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhgDh_k2otk#t=49 This type of standard also want?
  18. ho boy. Here we go again http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/singaporeseen/this-urban-jungle/think-youve-seen-it-all-cyclists-kena-saman-for-illegal-cycling Think you've seen it all? Cyclists 'kena saman' for illegal cycling Posted on 22 August 2014 | 8,417 views | 24 comments More Sharing Services PHOTO: East Coast Town Council Facebook page Some cyclists were caught by the for illegal cycling in the town centre, according to a Facebook post of the East Coast Town Council. Although it is unclear where the raid took place, many Facebook users have speculated that the event took place in Bedok. Many users have expressed concerns that they are unaware that cycling in the town centre is against regulations. "I will dismount and push my bike within the town center, there are quite a few banner and signboard at the town center to warn cyclist the danger of cycling within the town center," said a Facebook user, Desmond. "I also saw quite a fair bit of accidents due to cycling within the town center, which is quite dangerous as some involve elderly and young kids," he further added. And: Cycling woes: No place to park bicycles at Sports Hub; cyclist gets warning letter PUBLISHED ON AUG 23, 2014 7:45 AM 35 150 0 0PRINTEMAIL Mr Relucio holding up the warning letter that was taped to his bicycle on Wednesday night. The retail worker had chained his bicycle to a carpark railing at the Sports Hub because no bicycle rack was available. -- ST PHOTO: DANSON CHEONG BY DANSON CHEONG When the $1.33 billion Sports Hub opened in June, it came with world-class facilities such as an aquatic centre, a sports arena and a 55,000-seat stadium. But not a single bike rack. Just ask cyclist John Paul Relucio, who has been cycling to the Sports Hub for work since the start of the month and was warned when he tried to park his bike there. On Wednesday, the 28-year-old retail worker found a warning note taped to his bike, which was chained to a carpark railing at the Sports Hub. - See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/cycling-woes-no-place-park-bicycles-sports-hub-cyclist-g#sthash.aC8AeZjL.dpuf
  19. Duckduck

    Evoque kena painting

    Evoque vandalized nice art work by O$P$!!!
  20. Somehow, I am not sympathetic for them, ie car dealers. Why le??
  21. If got another vehicle block you and you cannot come out from the parking lot, how ar.. Keep sounding horn also no use. Driver never appear. How?
  22. u believe who? nowadays any issue people post to social media, but sometimes they might even be in the wrong! who knows? nowadays got public support means win liao right? https://www.facebook.com/AllSingaporeStuff/photos/a.493799937401739.1073741828.487870694661330/540572902724442/ "Hi, On 11TH APRIL 2014 ABT 2.29PM I was at Changi South Ave 2 waiting for available parking lot as it was all full as u can see. I was awaiting at the side so not to obstruct any traffic. A Cisco officer came by and I told him that I waiting for a parking lot. But he insist of issuing me a summon " Parking opposite single white line" even thou I am inside and beside my car. So does the traffic law doesn't allow us to wait for a available parking lot and does one get summon for illegal parking even when the driver is beside or inside his car ?"
  23. Do we need to pay rental company