Singaporean baby dumpers wanted by Taiwan police


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 02 Mar 2019

Compiled by ASHLEY TANG, YIMIE YONG amd R.ARAVINTHAN 

A COUPLE from Singapore are believed to have ditched the dead body of their baby girl during their trip to Taiwan.

Oriental Daily reported that the infant was found in a garbage bag inside a kitchen waste bin of a motel.

A man reported to the police after he found the body.

After checking CCTV footage from the motel, police found that the parents were behind the crime.

Hotel staff later told police that they were curious to see that the woman’s baby bump was gone when the two checked out but did not question them.

Taiwanese police are in contact with their Singapore counterparts as the couple have flown home.

> Singapore has introduced a new insurance policy that offers protection against cyberbullying, Oriental Daily also reported.

The CyberSmart policy plan provides financial help for trauma counselling, legal consultation and action as well as tech support.

The insured is required to submit a copy of the related police report.

There is a wide variety of unique insurance policies in Singapore, including one that covers surge pricing for trips booked on ride-hailing apps on rainy days.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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