Australian schoolgirls arrested for alleged shoplifting in Singapore have returned home: Report

23/11/2022 1:26:00 PM

Australian schoolgirls arrested for alleged shoplifting in Singapore have returned home: Report

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Australian schoolgirls arrested for alleged shoplifting in Singapore have returned home: Report

SINGAPORE: A group of Australian schoolgirls arrested in Singapore for alleged shoplifting in Orchard Road have returned home, according

arrested in Singapore for alleged shoplifting in Orchard Road have returned home, according to reports from Australian media outlets on Tuesday (Nov 22).The group of six teenagers aged 14 to 16 were arrested on Nov 13, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) told CNA.

According to Daily Mail Australia, the girls were caught on CCTV camera stashing away expensive lingerie from Victoria’s Secret before leaving without paying.The Year 10 students had also stolen footwear from a Crocs store, according to Australian media reports. The thefts reportedly took place at the Mandarin Gallery in Orchard Road.

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On the surface it looks like a simple petty theft case but it could become a potential diplomatic, cross country incident if not handled carefully This is giving a signal that foreigners can do anything they like here. Wow, Singapore Law so kind to Ang Moh one! What?! Fucking white privilege! So much for tougher law but pure nothing when you're a foreigner or gold medalists.

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group of Australian schoolgirls arrested in Singapore for alleged shoplifting in Orchard Road have returned home, according to reports from Australian media outlets on Tuesday (Nov 22).“What quiet month when LTA and HDB can simply extend drilling and hacking at a construction site near HDB area at wee hours, 11 pm to 2 am for few days with just a handout notification,” said Facebook user Lydia Fung.Telegram - Advertisement - Joelle King was crowned the women’s champion while Mohamed ElShorbagy bagged the men’s title at the end of an exciting week of squash action in the MARIGOLD Singapore Squash Open, with the finals played on 20 Nov, Sunday, at the iconic glass showcourt specially built for the tournament at the OCBC Arena.Copy to clipboard https://str.

The group of six teenagers aged 14 to 16 were arrested on Nov 13, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) told CNA. According to Daily Mail Australia, the girls were caught on CCTV camera stashing away expensive lingerie from Victoria’s Secret before leaving without paying. Facebook user Syaz Wan suggested separate timing for the days of the week. The Year 10 students had also stolen footwear from a Crocs store, according to Australian media reports. Englishman ElShorbagy, the world number three and 2017 world champion, enjoyed a smooth 3-0 (11-6, 11-6, 11-8) victory over reigning US Open champion Diego Elias of Peru to clinch his fourth title this season. The thefts reportedly took place at the Mandarin Gallery in Orchard Road. Weekends probably until 10 am or so. Andrew Neal, the principal of their school, Bacchus Marsh Grammar, had said that the girls were part of a group in Singapore for a regional netball competition. The report was launched by Education Minister Chan Chun Sing at the SkillsFuture Fellowships and Employer Awards held at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre.

The arrested schoolgirls were permitted to rejoin their group and flew back to Australia on Nov 19, the Herald Sun quoted the principal as saying. For those who don’t work office hours, then kinda too bad. Samuel Kang took on Raphael Kandra while Au Yeong Wai Yhann went up against Hollie Naughton, and late entrant Leia Lee Zi Fang faced the challenge of Welshwoman Emily Whitlock. “Everyone is here and they all came in on the same flight … All matters have been resolved and the girls were allowed to proceed to the airport with no further action,” Mr Neal said. "It was a bit delicate but this is a good outcome.”/TISG Send in your scoops to news@theindependent." CNA has reached out to the police for comment. Photo: MARIGOLD Singapore Squash Open 2022 “Amazing experience playing in a PSA World Tour event here in Singapore! What a privilege to be able to get on the court with German #1 and World #19 Raphael Kandra after watching him play some thrilling matches over the years. Source: CNA/nh . There is also a section on mid-career workers and how to help them upgrade or acquire new skills as the economy evolves.