Wearing Clothes Too Troublesome In Sunny Singapore?
Leaving her clothes on proved too much of a hassle for one Caucasian lady last Thursday (7 Jun).
She stripped naked at Pioneer MRT station, leaving only a sock on one foot.
Police arrived at the scene after receiving a call for assistance and swiftlyarrested her under the Mental Health Act.
But she’s not the only one in recent years.
Since 2016, there have been at least 5 cases of people flaunting their birthday suits in public.
1. Puss in Boots walks around Tampines
This nude dude was seen walking around Tampines on 14 Sep 2017.
He was wearing only his boots, glasses and a landyard.
He probably felt like being Puss in Boots for a day.
The legendary character even managed to hop on a bus for a little ride around town.
2. Power to make everyone flee
Last January, this auntie conveniently went shopping along Jurong Street 65 without wearing her clothes.
What made her shopping experience that day even swifter was when customers from the shop ran off when they saw her.
Guess she didn’t have to queue.
Indeed, by the time the police arrived, she was done about her business and had left .
Truly some auntie goals.
3. Fashion trend?
A naked man was arrested after he tried to kick the doors of a bus along Sengkang East Way on 30 Dec 2017.
But it was the black sock-like thing he was wearing on one foot which really caught our eye.
Remember the lady at Pioneer MRT Station? She was wearing a grey sock on one foot too.
Is this a new fashion fad … or a cult?
4. Me no attention…me strip
That’s what a man at Kranji MRT Station did on 21 Sep 2017.
He stripped in front of the customer service counter and started waving his hand, even as the man behind the counter was still on the phone.
He later put his clothes back on and left.
But that was after commuters tried to chase him away.
5. Train is my bed
Commuters on a train from Jurong East to Woodlands on 10 Dec 2016 were shocked to find a naked man nestled on the MRT train floor.
He was lying in a fetal position.
Some ‘complain king’ Singaporeans can take a leaf out of his book.
Instead of complaining about train breakdowns and crowded cabins, maybe we can learn to appreciate our trains and treat them like our second homes.
No clothes, not cool
Stripping in public just ain’t gonna make you cooler.
No matter how hot the weather is right now.