Man’s late-night snack of CP fried rice includes vacuum-sealed cockroach - The Independent Singapore News

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Man’s late-night snack of CP fried rice includes vacuum-sealed cockroach - The Independent Singapore News

Man’s late-night snack of CP fried rice includes vacuum-sealed cockroach - The Independent Singapore News

Man’s late-night snack of CP fried rice includes vacuum-sealed cockroach - The Independent Singapore News

The cockroach was shrink-wrapped into the fried rice packaging, indicating no signs of outside contamination, but all signs of inside contamination.

- Advertisement -Singapore – A man who only wanted a late-night snack discovered a cockroach that was shrink-wrapped into the fried rice packaging, indicating no signs of outside contamination, but all signs of inside contamination.“Never thought this would happen to me and from CP Singapore,” wrote Facebook page

Singapore Incidentsmember Peter Gan on Saturday (Jan 22).The man said he planned on having a snack when he discovered a cockroach in his ready-to-eat fried rice.“Roach was shrink-wrapped as you can see, so no way this was from outside contamination,” said Mr Gan, referring to how the insect was stuck in between the label and plastic packaging.

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Hana O - Advertisement - Singapore – A man who only wanted a late-night snack discovered a cockroach that was shrink-wrapped into the fried rice packaging, indicating no signs of outside contamination, but all signs of inside contamination.Hana O - Advertisement - Singapore – While at Siloso Beach, two sisters noticed a man walking past them repeatedly, “giving off a weird vibe.- Advertisement - Dear Editor, I would like to share an incredible sighting of a Rare and Critically Endangered “Leopard Cat” (Pionailurus bengalensis) in Singapore.Tang Li - Advertisement - The big news story so early in the year began with a young couple who got scammed out of a huge sum of money in a “phishing scam” targeted at OCBC customers.

“Never thought this would happen to me and from CP Singapore,” wrote Facebook page Singapore Incidents member Peter Gan on Saturday (Jan 22). The man said he planned on having a snack when he discovered a cockroach in his ready-to-eat fried rice. Twitter user @tigerc00chie shared their experience on the social media platform on Jan 19, urging others to be observant when in public places. “Roach was shrink-wrapped as you can see, so no way this was from outside contamination,” said Mr Gan, referring to how the insect was stuck in between the label and plastic packaging. The sightings occurred while I was going in search of snakes at night and I stumbled across the wild cat much to my astonishment and disbelief. - Advertisement 1- Photo: FB screengrab/Singapore Incidents “Am ziplocking it and contacting the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) to see next course of action, if they want to take it back for investigation,” added Mr Gan.” As they were packing their stuff to leave, the user realised that the man was holding his phone pointed in their direction, right when her sister was folding her mat with her back towards him. According to Must Share News on Sunday (Jan 23), CP confirmed it was investigating the incident. As human civilization has “advanced” so have scams and con artists.

Meanwhile, all CP Chicken Sausage Fried Rice – 250G with an expiry date of Sept 11, 2022, will be immediately recalled for further inspection. Photo: Twitter screengrab/@tigerc00chie “You f*cking know, it’s not ok. This cat behaved rather skittishly when it sensed my presence. Photo: FB screengrab/Singapore Incidents Although cases of cockroaches and other insects crawling into food and beverages are uncommon, cases of contamination can still make consumers lose their appetites. Such was the case for a man who found a dead cockroach floating in his sugarcane drink in October last year. What is your problem? Don’t you f*cking have a girlfriend,” said the woman. - Advertisement 2- The incident resulted in the stall closing temporarily for cleaning. See 2 photographs captured from my camera phone. “Food safety is a joint responsibility as food can be contaminated anywhere along the food chain,” said SFA in a previous roach and rat infestation incident at a Singapore bakery. Photo: Twitter screengrab/@tigerc00chie “I then proceeded to call out to him and asked if he was taking pics of us, but he ignored my first few sentences until he decided to turn around and say, ‘are you talking to me?’ That’s when I walked up to him and asked him to show me his gallery,” said the Twitter user in the caption. The scam letters out of Nigeria are usually the easiest to spot.

“While SFA continues to be vigilant and works to ensure that regulatory measures are in place and properly enforced, the industry and consumers must also play their part,” the agency added. SFA urges members of the public who come across poor food safety practices in food establishments not to patronise them and provide feedback via its online feedback form (www. “True enough, I managed to delete 8/9 photos of my sis and me.sfa.gov. “Just look how he grabbed me at the beach.sg/feedback) with details for follow-up investigations. It’s the second factor that usually screws up a victim.

/TISG Read related: . For the final touch, this dude was actually at the beach with his girlfriend,” added @tigerc00chie.