'Look! Such an inconsiderate act!' — Woman shakes rug over balcony in Yishun - The Independent Singapore News

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'Look! Such an inconsiderate act!' — Woman shakes rug over balcony in Yishun - The Independent Singapore News

'Look! Such an inconsiderate act!' — Woman shakes rug over balcony in Yishun - The Independent Singapore News

A woman was caught on camera shaking her rug over a balcony to clean it, sparking criticisms among netizens over the 'selfish' action.

- Advertisement -Singapore — A woman was caught on camera shaking her rug over a balcony to clean it, sparking criticisms among netizens over the ‘selfish’ action.“Look! Such an inconsiderate act!” wrote a concerned individual onComplaint SingaporeFacebook page.

The video began with the woman leaning over her balcony ledge while holding a rug. She shook the rug repeatedly.Photo: FB screengrab/Complaint Singapore- Advertisement 1-She then overturned the mat and shook it against the building façade before hanging it over the ledge along with the others.

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Hana O - Advertisement - Singapore — A woman was caught on camera shaking her rug over a balcony to clean it, sparking criticisms among netizens over the ‘selfish’ action.Copy to clipboard https://str.Photo: TikTok screengrab/zanethnasha - Advertisement 1- TikTok user @zanethnasha was moved to tears after witnessing the scene, noting the woman was bringing her child along while working.She eventually succumbed to her injuries and passed away at the hospital.

“Look! Such an inconsiderate act!” wrote a concerned individual on Complaint Singapore Facebook page. The video began with the woman leaning over her balcony ledge while holding a rug. Employers will also need to take responsibility for their maids if they break the law or sustain injuries while living separately, it told The Sunday Times. She shook the rug repeatedly. The TikTok user also said that the mother’s child had eyesight problems, yet the woman pushed on as a mother trying to make ends meet. Photo: FB screengrab/Complaint Singapore - Advertisement 1- She then overturned the mat and shook it against the building façade before hanging it over the ledge along with the others. Under the Employment of Foreign Manpower (Work Passes) Regulations, migrant domestic workers (MDWs) must stay in the same residence as their employers. Photo: FB screengrab/Complaint Singapore The woman proceeded to pick more debris that was still stuck on the rug and flicked them in the air.

Photo: FB screengrab/Complaint Singapore According to the post, the incident happened at The Miltonia Residences Condominium located in Yishun. MOM noted that there have been"only a small number of cases" where MDWs were found to be living separately from their employers. With over 31,000 views and 2,600 likes, members from the online community sympathized with the woman. Members from the online community advised the original poster to report the “selfish” incident to the National Environment Agency (NEA). - Advertisement 2- Others wondered why the woman didn’t have a vacuum to do the cleaning. Earlier this month, ST reported that there were more than 50 requests from employers and maids on social media in the past year for live-out arrangements. “Electricity is expensive vacuum also expensive.” They also extended respect towards the mother’s resilience and thanked the family for helping out. Old school method five fingers hahahaha,” a netizen commented. This is double what some maids here get every month.

Meanwhile, a Facebook user said, “Someone on the above unit should also do the same act at the same time. This way this lady will knows how it feels to get dirt on her and her unit,” however, another replied this would not solve the problem. In its reply, MOM said it is aware that"some households may require domestic services, but are unable to accommodate a MDW in their homes due to space constraints or a preference for privacy".” /TISG. Having inconsiderate neighbours is a common topic among residents, with social media posts of such behaviour going viral. Another example of such a case was when a Complaint Singapore member shared a photo of their Housing and Development Board trash chute area in December last year. These workers from approved firms can be deployed to multiple houses on a part-time basis. - Advertisement 3- Due to the multiple bulky items not being properly discarded, the rubbish chute got blocked and ended up looking like a study area.

“I understand if sometimes you have a lot of things to throw and it is tiring to move it downstairs. HSS companies are currently allowed to hire female workers from countries such as India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Cambodia. But I don’t understand why you have to completely block the chute,” the concerned resident added. /TISG Read related: . The scheme - introduced as a pilot programme in 2017 - was made permanent in September 2021 following an increased demand.