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Look at the cringe from the local Chinese media. :rolleyes:


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Humanize the politician so that he understands what the common folk is facing. Well does he take the mrt? Has he been retrenched? Has he been stuck as a sandwich class with limited salary? No? Then fuck off!


https://www.channelnewsasia.com/sin... to poor food waste,per cent in recent months.

Increased rat sightings in Singapore due to poor food waste management, wetter weather: Pest busters​

Some pest controllers said complaints about rat sightings or related enquiries have gone up at least 10 per cent in recent months.

SINGAPORE: Rat sightings have been making headlines recently in a sign of a gnawing problem that could multiply quickly if left uncontrolled.

Pest controllers said complaints about rat sightings or related enquiries have gone up in recent months.

Exposed food waste, improper trash disposal, as well as hotter and wetter weather are drawing the rodents out, they said.


Mr Hadi Hanafi, technical director of Innovative Pest Management, said an increase in rainfall could flood burrows or nests underground or in low-lying areas, flushing rats out into the open to seek drier sites.

His company has received 30 to 40 per cent more rodent-related enquiries in recent months. Most of his clients are those living on the ground floor of residential buildings, and owners of food and beverage (F&B) establishments.

The pests typically nest in areas with thick vegetation near markets or coffee shops where scraps are easily found.

He added that warmer temperatures speed up the rodents’ metabolism, so they eat and breed more.