Today I read an email forwarded to me, this story reminds me of what I saw once beside a coffeeshop at Geylang. But first, let’s take a read at the story forwarded to me.
(My friend is a retired businessman in his early 60 and what he encountered last Saturday in a high-end dining/shopping area could happen to anyone of us.
My friend accompanies his wife to a bank in Holland Village to do some banking transaction. While his wife was being served by the personal banking executive, he decided to go and do some window-shopping around the area. While admiring the display, suddenly, out of nowhere, a young about 20+ girl pushes him aside and shouted at him, accusing my friend was molesting her. She then asked my friend to compensate (pay) her for her “ordeal” – lost of face.
My friend being a gentleman was stunned and lost of word for a moment because he never does any thing to her. He just stood there and didn’t know what to do. His mind went blank.
Luckily, a Caucasian man nearby saw all that and tells the PRC girl to stop her nuisance (unsure whether she understand English) and take out his mobile and say he wanted to call the police. The PRC girl quickly walked away joining the other shoppers.
Therefore, my male friends, if you ever become one of the victims, pls stay calm. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT start arguing or reasoning with her. If you started trying to reason with her, then you had fallen into her trap. In general, people will most likely sympathize and believe a female as victim. You will end up with paying her as demanded by her.
Just take out your mobile or ask someone (if you had no mobile) to call the police, let the law enforcement authority deal with her. For sure, no PRC girls dare to face the justice of the law cos most of them are over-stayers.
Better still, if you witness such incident, be sure to stand up and fight for the justice of such poor men. Ladies who come forward will carry even more weight. Together we can rid our society of these scourges.)
End of the story above. I was wondering how true it was until I reminisced the farce I’ve seen myself once in Geylang: While drinking beers and watching TV, heard someone shouting at two PRC girls standing near a Bar beside the coffeeshop, “Don’t you dare to say one more time!”
Later those two girls walked to the roadside waving for a taxi away, while looking curiously at my reaction, as the man walking towards me, telling me loudly those two girls accused him for molesting their breasts after he replied with a no, for going to hotel with them.
Angrily he continued, “even if they want to earn money, this is not the right way to do it, and not even the right way to earn in Geylang as a street hooker! As a local, highly familiar in Geylang, I am not afraid of them…”