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Every country has one: that spot where weird encounters keep happening, and every day is a season of the shocking experience. We have Florida in the US and in Australia, it is everywhere outside a town. In Singapore, we have Yishun.
Known to be a quiet and densely populated heartland-shopping district, Yishun is also known as Nee Soon, home to one of Singapore's most undesirable societies. The residential area appears to be well equipped, with plenty of schools, housing, public parks, sports complex, entertainment malls and hospitals.
Despite being a developing nation, darkness still lurks at every corner of this cursed town in Singapore, with maniacs, killers, sexual preys, domestics pets killers, drug dealing enterprises, and the supernatural all always find its way to the headlines.
Stories that are published on Straits Times Singapore
Below are some of the more disturbing story in that happen in Yishun.
Man strips and plays with his genitals on train – Yishun MRT
The man was reported stripping naked when the train is arriving at Yishun MRT station. According to our sources, the gentlemen in question suddenly drop his clothes and "started playing with his sexual organs" before deciding to lie on the floor. Passengers immediately alert the SMRT authorities, and He was escorted away by SMRT staff at Khatib MRT station. Police have arrested the man for further investigations.
The widely covered story would be cat killings. Yishun is well known for its sheer amount of cats killings in Singapore. The first killer was Lee Wai Leong, arrested and jailed for throwing an adult male Shorthair cat from the 13th floor. His lawyer claimed that the 40-year-old man is to have an IQ of a ten years old. Lee was one of the 18 alleged cases of cat abuse in Singapore, Yishun.
Singapore’s Donald Trumps builds a wall in Yishun to keep resident out of his alley.
Residents at the HDB block said that after being harassed by a neighbour for over a year, The Lee family decided to build a 'wall' to defend themselves from their notorious neighbour. The difficulty neighbour was pouring oils and human urines outside Lee’s house. There are times where sanitary pads and balls of dirtied toilet paper thrown around.
Lee had installed CCTV to record evidence and alerted the police. Lee has told straits time that they will only relinquish the wall if the culprit was put to justice. This is truly the first wall build in Yishun Singapore.
On the bright side, Yishun may have its quirks, but it is still a great place to live. Property price is pretty affordable and low priced as compared to another developed estate in Singapore. Better to be safe than sorry, for those that are risk averse, avoid Yishun at all cost when you are in Singapore.