• IP addresses are NOT logged in this forum so there's no point asking. Please note that this forum is full of homophobes, racists, lunatics, schizophrenics & absolute nut jobs with a smattering of geniuses, Chinese chauvinists, Moderate Muslims and last but not least a couple of "know-it-alls" constantly sprouting their dubious wisdom. If you believe that content generated by unsavory characters might cause you offense PLEASE LEAVE NOW! Sammyboy Admin and Staff are not responsible for your hurt feelings should you choose to read any of the content here.

    The OTHER forum is HERE so please stop asking.

Staff from Presstitute spotted at Braddell Road



After this embarrassing exposure, a prostitute tries to escape from a brothel in that vicinity in the form of a python. :eek: Guess which reporter!


Updated: 09/26/2014 09:47 | By Channel NewsAsia

Python spotted in drain at Braddell Road


SINGAPORE: A python was spotted in one of the drains outside the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Academy at Braddell Road on Friday (Sep 26).

According to Mr Kumar, a security guard at BCA Academy, a member of public first saw the snake at around 7.40am. The snake was "approximately 3.5m and between 18 and 20kg", he said.

Mr Kumar then informed one of the staff at BCA, before the estate management notified the relevant authorities.

Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (ACRES) said they were notified about the python at 8am. When the rescue team arrived, they saw that the python was stuck in the metal grill drain cover outside BCA.

"The python had attempted to squeeze through a metal grill covering a drain when the back half of its body got stuck," ACRES told Channel NewsAsia.

After the team freed the python, it proceeded into the drain that led to a large canal, it added.

The drain cover that the python got stuck in. (Photo: Xabryna Kek)

Last month, another python was spotted hanging on a fence near a bus stop in Braddell.


"Reticulated pythons are one of the most common native species of snakes that predominately feed on rats," said ACRES. "They play an important ecological role in controlling our rodent population." They are active at night and rest in hiding during the day, it added.

ACRES also advised the public that if they encounter any wildlife in distress, they should not approach or attempt to handle them on their own. Instead, the public are to call its 24-hour wildlife rescue hotline at 9783 7782 for further assistance. - CNA/kk/ek



Vynnztan is okie. worst is when the boyish name kena changed from Vynnztan to Vivian.


Alfrescian (Inf)
this is the type that if the father gave the name Winston they will twag it until it wrote Vynnztaan

Your avatar is very obscene and offending to the AWARE pussies and pricks in this forum so live up to your reputation and change it soon.


Alfrescian (Inf)

"Reticulated pythons are one of the most common native species of snakes that predominately feed on rats..."

But of course, there should be lots of rats crawling about at SPH.


Alfrescian (InfP)
Generous Asset
Boo friggin' hoo!

I spot reticulated python regularly when jogging in the park. My fellow joggers and I just leave them alone.

Big deal!