Youth charged over TikTok backflip stunt in rhino enclosure faces new charge of killing a frog
SINGAPORE — A 19-year-old teenager, who was first hauled to court two months ago, has been further charged with abusing a frog by placing it on a foosball table and directing a ball at “high speed and force” towards it.
Covid-19: S’pore will take 3-6 months to reach ‘new normal’ with trying few months ahead, says PM Lee
SINGAPORE — It will take Singapore at least three to six months to reach a “new normal” where people can resume doing the things they used to do and see crowds again without feeling worried or strange, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Saturday (Oct 9).
Attention grabbing personality expressed in Internet broadcast. His venue to connect himself. Cruelty to animals Problem kid or Rich kid?!? Ppl kill baby human in womb, more developed than a frog, ain't no thing. Hit a frog with a foosball and there's trial. Isn't the world flipped on it's head? Poor baby humans.
Ralph Wee Yi Kai, 19, is accused of placing a frog on a foosball table and directing a ball at “high speed and force” towards it. It died from its injuries shortly afterwards, according to court documents. Read more: 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH IM GONNA KERMIT SUICIDE
Afghanistan women's youth soccer team escapes to PakistanThe girls had spent the past month in hiding amid fears of a crackdown on women's rights by the Taliban.
Building resilience in Singapore’s youthThe children and youths of today are facing unprecedented stressors, from the multiple transitions and changes in their lives to increasing societal pressure to conform and perform.
Some unvaccinated people on TikTok are calling themselves 'purebloods,' a term from 'Harry Potter' used to refer to wizard-only bloodlines'From now on, I refuse to be referred to as unvaccinated. I want everyone to now call me pureblood,' wrote conservative influencer Lyndsey Marie on TikTok.
Islamic State bride says she is prepared to face terror charges in the UKLONDON: A woman who lost her British citizenship after joining the Islamic State group said on Wednesday (Sep 15) that she would be prepared to return to face terror charges so that she can prove her innocence. Shamima Begum was 15 years old when she travelled from her home in London in 2015 with
15 to be charged over fraudulent bank loan applications which secured S$220,000 in loansSINGAPORE — Fifteen people will be charged in court on Friday (Sept 17) over their alleged involvement in fraudulent bank loan applications that caused a local bank to disburse more than S$220,000 to the group.