Compiled by C. ARUNO, LUTFIL HADI and R. ARAVINTHAN
REALISING that he did not have enough money to pay for Milo, a man in Singapore flew into a fit of rage and threw a chair out of a coffee shop, reported Sin Chew Daily.
Footage taken by one of the customers showed the man flinging a chair out into the street in Tampines on Tuesday evening.
One of the shop’s cashiers, known as Ah Kim, 34, described the man in his 20s as “very big and strong”.
“I told him a cup of Milo was SG$1.60 (RM4.85). He told me he did not have money, so I said I couldn’t sell it to him. Suddenly, he began screaming, then grabbed a chair and threw it, ” he said.
Ah Kim said a Filipino maid later came by looking for the man and explained that he was emotionally disturbed.
> The daily also reported that a dog in China “reminded” a small girl watching TV to do her homework before her father came home.
In a 29-second TikTok video, a four-year-old German Shepherd named Nuomi was seen barking and pawing at the girl’s feet.
Realising that this meant that her father was about to come home, the girl quickly switched off the TV and started to furiously scribble away at the books in front of her.
A few seconds later, a man – presumably the father – came in from the front door but did not notice anything amiss.
It is thought that this was not the first time that Nuomi and the little girl were “complicit” in hoodwinking her father, but their antics were only discovered after the father reviewed footage from the video camera in the living room
“I admit, you two are smart, ” the father wrote on TikTok.
Nuomi, the dog, is a social media star as the father would often post videos of the animal on the platform.
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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