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Singaporean blogger makes headlines for sexy pics

Posted by jtsmyth8 on October 2, 2008

Singaporean blogger Sun Tan is getting a lot of attention these days, but not for her interesting blog posts. Unfortunately private photos were released by her ex boyfriend after a messy break up. Apparently he was charging subscribers to view them. The pictures were circulated quickly and posted and re-posted in forums. Sun Tan has gained notoriety for all the wrong reasons.

In the pictures you can clearly see her face (not pretty) and breasts in various states of undress. Even a video of her performing oral sex can be found with a bit of searching. She’s taken down her blog and online profiles and gone into hiding. Clearly now she regrets allowing the pictures to be taken and to be uploaded to a Internet hosting site (not secure). Nothing exciting, just some whore sucking on a dick. She’s ugly but if you like that sort of thing …

Sun Tan pictures
Sun Tan video 1, video 2, video 3, video 4.

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Exorcism priest gets attacked

Posted by jtsmyth8 on August 25, 2008

1 of the two Catholic priests embroiled in a lawsuit concerning an ‘exorcism’ on a woman was attacked by a woman during a service at the Novena Church on Saturday.

In front of a packed congregation, the woman ran up the aisle to the altar where Father Simon Tan, 45, was standing and used her black handbag to hit the priest’s arms and shoulders.

The attack lasted just a few seconds. The woman managed to get a few swings at Father Simon before a younger woman ran up to pull her aside, with the help of several churchgoers.

Witnesses described the attacker as tanned, slim and wearing jeans and a turquoise polo T-shirt. (story)

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Dog owner fined $3,000

Posted by jtsmyth8 on August 8, 2008

Let this be a lesson to all dog owners. Be in control of your dog at all times or you too could face legal consequences. That’s one big dog. He could have at least created more space between himself and the other pedestrians. I don’t care if your dog is being friendly, I don’t want your yucky dog climbing all over me, let alone knocking me down. Once? ok. Twice? is too many.

“For failing to curb his irrepressible golden retriever on a morning in May last year, Mr Tan Woo Khiang became more than $3,000 poorer yesterday.

A district court heard that his 21/2-year-old dog named Truffle pounced – twice – on Madam Ko Ah Huey, 64, who broke her wrist when she fell over. An adult golden retriever weighs about 30kg.” (story)

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Caught red handed, burglar jumps to death

Posted by jtsmyth8 on June 21, 2008

A burglar jumped five storeys to his death on Friday after being surprised by a landlady who caught him in her living room.

The man was trying to make a quick escape from the three-room flat in Marsiling Lane, but instead landed 15 metres below with a thud.

‘Only a stupid person will enter my house. There’s nothing to be robbed,’ said Madam Irene Tan.

The 50-year-old happened upon the burglar, described Malay and covered in tattoos, at around 10am after returning from her morning stroll.

Madam Tan said he panicked, ran to her master bedroom and then took a shortcut to the ground-floor – from five floors up.

A neighbour from two floors below, Mr Abdul Rahman, said he heard the commotion. (story)

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Workers to get inflation bonus

Posted by jtsmyth8 on June 21, 2008

Electrical storekeeper Tan Cheng Yen is getting an extra $400 to take home next month – a one-off payment to help cushion the impact of higher food and oil prices.

‘I can spend it on groceries, like rice, as well as defray the cost of taking public transport to work,’ said the 63-year-old who earns $1,600 a month.

His employer, food manufacturer Prima Singapore Group, is among 60 unionised companies which are heeding the National Wages Council’s (NWC) call last month to help workers cope with the impact of inflation.

They agreed to do so after discussions with unions during the current ‘negotiation season’, when bosses and unionists meet to discuss wage and other adjustments in the wake of the NWC’s annual recommendations. (story)

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