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In the latest episode of MRT mayhem, Singapore’s public transport system has become the stage for an unexpected recurring performance featuring a daring individual attempting to thwart the mighty MRT doors. The latest video from this saga, captured on camera and shared on TikTok on Dec. 3, involves a repeat offender who seems to have…
Taiwanese actor Yang Hsiu Hui is causing a stir online for her uncanny resemblance to Malaysian superstar Michelle Yeoh. Airport confusion: Yang, 58, recently took to Facebook to reveal an incident at the airport in which two American tourists mistook her for the 61-year-old Academy Award-winning actress. The curious tourists, who were holding their phones with Yeoh’s image, approached the production team who were with Yang at the airport’s waiting lounge.
Police are investigating after a dog was mauled to death by another canine pet in north London. The animal died after another dog raced across the road to launch an unprovoked attack, police said. The incident happened just before 5.50pm on Saturday on the High Street in Cheshunt in front of horrified shoppers.