SCDF shows their wicked sense of humour in a training photo
Just as you thought that the photoshop incident with Nikon was over, SCDF kicks it up a notch, and shows us once just exactly why they’re the best at social media.
The SCDF conducted a training exercise on 1 Feb, and posted photos showing men climbing up a ladder and rappelling down the other side of the building.
And from this exercise they took an opportunistic photo which gave Nikon 3rd degree burns.
Hey Nikon, look here!
For those wondering what was the photoshop incident, a guy won a Nikon contest with a badly photoshopped image of a plane.
Compare that excuse of an airplane’s photo to the SCDF’s training photo.
Looks like the SCDF has become a master at trolling.#thatwin
SCDF do more than just troll
These are other photos from the training showing the an SCDF personnel scaling the building and rappelling down.
Kudos to their bravery and courage of climbing to such heights and getting down.
At least they didn’t have to wait for some non-existent airplane to fly by. heh?
Those comments tho
Meanwhile, netizens are quickly catching win of SCDF’s social media wins.
And several Facebook users show their preference for fire-related puns.
Here’s what Nikon really needs.
Other SCDF wins
SCDF has been active in taking advantage of fails and achieving wins on their expense.
For example, posting a photo of this happy looking recruit, just days after SAF posted that picture of #SibeiSianRecruit.
Such win. That subtle burn tho.
In addition, SCDF also showed their humourous side by posting this tweet in reference to our favourite comedy film.
— Singapore Civil Defence Force (@SCDF) January 21, 2016
And, like everybody else on Facebook, they went with Bill too.
This pun on “corporate ladder” rocks.
— Singapore Civil Defence Force (@SCDF) January 14, 2016
From this long list of wins, SCDF social media team is once again owning social media. Big time.
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