ahhh Singapore...

#3
Good. I don't have a problem with it.

I stayed in Singers last year for a few days. It's clean, you can walk the streets late at night in safety (try doing that in Leicester), there is pussy unlimited from Fils, Vn, Thailand, Indonesia and many other places. You don't have to pinch bums, just go to one of the bars, meet a bird and treat her like a human being. I got shagged senseless there.

Unlike UK, they have laws they expect you to comply with. If you don't comply, pay the tarrif.
 
#4
We were stationed there when I was a bairn & I learned young not to drop litter $20 fine & that was just the start. I really wish we had those strict laws here - mind you if the prisons were like changi no one would re-offend.
 
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#5
I would be more than happy for this country to import police chiefs from Singapore - wouldn't mind having a bit of the weather too. Stayed with friends, who lived in one of the goregeous black and white houses behind the Polo club, a few years back - could have stayed forever.
 
#7
I would be more than happy for this country to import police chiefs from Singapore - wouldn't mind having a bit of the weather too. Stayed with friends, who lived in one of the goregeous black and white houses behind the Polo club, a few years back - could have stayed forever.
Yep. I know exactly where you were.

I could retire to Singers. They still know the meaning of respect.

And yes it is enforced.

It has to be. Look what happens in UK. A youth spits on the floor and a policeman that sees it cant do anything because the youth is only displaying his tribalism.

However in Singers, the state displays it's tribal elders rules. And wins.
 
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#9
what are the chances of re offending after one has had the skin flayed from the buttock area? Unless you get off on that sort of thing it really is a far better deterrant than being stuck in a nice clean cell with cooked meals and sky tv... Perhaps he will keep his hands to himself in future and have a little respect for local sensitivities. If I can endure months of being completely covered and sedate (it was bloody hard work and unbearably hot) so as not to offend my Muslim hosts in Sulawesi, then he can keep his grubby mitts to himself too.
 
#10
what are the chances of re offending after one has had the skin flayed from the buttock area? Unless you get off on that sort of thing it really is a far better deterrant than being stuck in a nice clean cell with cooked meals and sky tv... Perhaps he will keep his hands to himself in future and have a little respect for local sensitivities. If I can endure months of being completely covered and sedate (it was bloody hard work and unbearably hot) so as not to offend my Muslim hosts in Sulawesi, then he can keep his grubby mitts to himself too.
He is very unlikely to re offend in Singapore, since if complained about, will get an even stiffer punishment.

However when he gets back to UK ..........

Now lets talk about the punishment meted out in UK to divorced wives who deliberately prevent their former spouse from having access to their children - even in spite of court orders....

Oh. There isn't any. In fact there is no redress whatsoever. Bugger.

Bout time the law got sorted in UK.

Oh and bring back the lash for anyone found wearing a burqa (etc) in a public place.
 
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#11
He is very unlikely to re offend in Singapore, since if complained about, will get an even stiffer punishment.

However when he gets back to UK ..........

Now lets talk about the punishment meted out in UK to divorced wives who deliberately prevent their former spouse from having access to their children - even in spite of court orders....

Oh. There isn't any. In fact there is no redress whatsoever. Bugger.
Bout time the law got sorted in UK.

Oh and bring back the lash for anyone found wearing a burqa (etc) in a public place.
or perhaps the fathers that batter their partner and threaten to kill them and the child then refuse to make CSA payments?
 
#12
I like Singapore for a host of reasons, not least of which is the hospitality of the locals but there's a fact of life there that most people seem to miss out. Singapore is a nation run by immigrants for immigrants where immigrants are routinely preferred over locals and those locals will always come off second best in their dealings with immigrants.

All those who fulminate in the Daily Mail's letters page about how everything bad in the UK is the fault of somebody else should be made to live as a local in Singapore for a while. Then they won't have the 'no-nothing' part of 'loud-mouthed no-nothing' as an excuse.
 
#13
can we execute peado's as well? i'll vote for that kind of law and order.

Nice place, Singapore. Spent a truly awful weekend bladdered there, had to stay at the Mandarin Hotel with the RAF. horrendous, it was.
 
#15
Are you lot on drugs ? if he pinched a birds arse when right pissed up then, yes, shes got a right to slap him, pop a bottle over his head call her chap over to belt him etc ... unwanted attention deserves a rebuke .. but judicial caning ? how they do it over there is like someone slashing your arse with a knife. Why is it the governments problem to sort out misdemeanors and nightclub altercations ?

Singapore sounds like a fucking nightmare of a place to live. I was born there.
 
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#17
Are you lot on drugs ? if he pinched a birds arse when right pissed up then, yes, shes got a right to slap him, pop a bottle over his head call her chap over to belt him etc ... unwanted attention deserves a rebuke .. but judicial caning ? how they do it over there is like someone slashing your arse with a knife. Why is it the governments problem to sort out misdemeanors and nightclub altercations ?

Singapore sounds like a fucking nightmare of a place to live. I was born there.
Does seem a bit severe for grabbing some bints arse. I bet even the woman in question would agree.
 
#18
can we execute peado's as well? i'll vote for that kind of law and order.

Nice place, Singapore. Spent a truly awful weekend bladdered there, had to stay at the Mandarin Hotel with the RAF. horrendous, it was.
Me too, but I was a civvie by then and chose to stay at the Mandarin. Bloody awful, humongous meals, great entertainment and lovely bars. Warm too, and you know how hard that can be to put up with.
As far as the bloke with wandering hands is concerned, fish in mucky water, catch mucky fish. Tough shit and I hope it hurts. We behaved ourselves and still managed to have a bloody great time there. Quite by chance we ended up buying drinks and shots with some very nice ladies from Quaint Arse in a restaurant and had a great night, they turned out to be working on our flight to Sydney two days later, which was nice... Happy days.
 
#19
Because over there it's the government's job to uphold the law and see malefactors punished. A strange concept from the UK perspective, I know, but that seems to be the way they like it. Foreigners, eh? Tchah.
I never take "the law" seriously. It is never administered fairly, and some total cunts know how to hide behind it too well. Anyone who considers that the authorities have their interests at heart is a fool. Now, thats not to say break the law of public decency and behave badly towards your fellow citizens, thats not what I am advocating, but be aware that enforcement is patchy and sometimes biased (I am talking generally... I have no experience of singapore). If this is the case then severe punishments for misdemeanors must be questioned. What about financial so called "white collar crime" those perpetrators who are stealing from every man woman and child, are their buttocks safe in singapore?

what next public castrationization by pirana fish for weeing in the street ?
 
#20
Singapore is a nice place - they execute drug dealers, couriers and anybody else involved in illegal drugs at Changi jail on Friday mornings at 6AM.
 

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