Category: Ugly Singaporeans

Singaporeans are famous for their Kiasu (afraid to lose) behaviours, we capture all forms of bad ugly Singaporeans behaviour here.


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Ugly Singaporeans – The real heartless ones

Do you believe in Karma? I do. And to this group of heartless current and ex-Singaporeans who left their parents in the lurk and worse cheated them of their hard-earned monies and flats, even if you do not get your

Nip ‘Ugly Singaporean’ habits in the bud

Source: The Straits Times   Jun 03, 2013 THE supermarket shoppers who abandon their trolleys indiscriminately in void decks, pavements and on the roadside are symptomatic of the “Ugly Singaporean” phenomenon in our midst (“Halt rise of ‘trolley junkyards’” by

Cheapskate Singaporeans caught on camera

Cheapskate couple stealthily puts dimsum from Chinatown buffet restaurant into bag  

Ugly singaporeans- High rise building litter bugs

Despite govt efforts, high-rise littering refuses to go away source: todayonline 3 mar 2014 The problem of high-rise littering appears to be rearing its ugly head again, with the number of offenders being caught each month doubling since December. Figures

Woman sounding her car horn continously

The woman responsible for causing a commotion at Block 65 in Bedok South by sounding her car horn continuously, insists that she has done nothing wrong despite disrupting the lives of the residents around the area. more report at Razor

We are Number One again! Err, in terms of habitual complaining

Singaporeans always wants to be No.1, this is one title that we will rather not have. It may be hilarious take but is is not far from the truth.

On giving up seats to the needy ….

Reserved seat fines will not lead to graciousness From Angela Lim Jie Yi Source:Todayonline Jan 04, 2013 Admittedly, the issue of reserved seats has been discussed at length in our society. But imposing a “S$5 fee for sitting on reserved

Singapore is far from first world in terms of social behaviour

From chopping seats with tissues, not returning trays after eating in hawker centres, filthy public toilets, ill treating of maids and foreign workers, NIMBY, and littering in public housing, Singapore is a first world economy but with a third world social

MRT and Bus Brawls

Crowded and unreliable public transport, ungracious behaviours and the “entitlement” attitude such as the aunty below all adds up to the stress faced by residents in Singapore everyday. Quarrel Over MRT seat – Younger “Ah Lian” vs Older Auntie Fight