Stories You May Have Missed, July 25

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A man allegedly fought with his wife and jumped from a moving PHV

Photo: FB Screenshot/Professional Drivers PHV Singapore

After an argument with his wife, a man inside a private hire vehicle (PHV) allegedly jumped out of the moving car, injuring his limbs.

The PHV driver took to the Professional PHV Drivers Singapore Facebook page on Saturday July 23rd to share his experience.

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NUS removes profile of visiting professor in hot water over fake diploma

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A visiting professor at NUS Business School recently made headlines after a public fact-check revealed that his doctorate was from a fake university in Europe.

The problems started when Chen Chunhua, a professor at Peking University, claimed to be a “military adviser” for Huawei, but the company issued a public statement denying this.

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Ban divorce and criminalize adultery instead: Internet users on the town hall “protect 377A”

Photo: FB Screenshot/Jason Wong

“Adultery is the number one cause of marriage breakdown and divorce. Maybe we should push to criminalize adultery,” netizen Au Kah Kay said on news of a town hall to be held. protect Section 377A of the Singapore Penal Code which criminalizes sex between men.

“Our hearts were full today seeing over 1,200 Singaporeans of all races and walks of life coming together for the future of Singapore,” wrote Yellow Ribbon Project founder Jason Wong, who organized the event. with Mohammad Khair.

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SG couple who spent nearly $3,000 on vacation in Korea, test positive for Covid, find themselves in quarantine for 7 of their 8-day vacation

Photo: Screenshot YT/Big Jet TV

Many people have safely emerged from the Covid-19 pandemic, and some have even taken long-awaited trips abroad.

Others, however, are not yet out of the woods of the pandemic, including a couple from Singapore who were forced to spend 7/8 of their vacation in South Korea in quarantine at an accredited facility.

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A man turns his Pasir Ris HDB window into a coffee pick-up station

A user passing in front of a Pasir Ris HDB block was surprised to see a line in front of an apartment window.

In a TikTok video on Sunday (July 24), TikTok user @girlandbones posted a video of “just a brother casually selling coffee from his bedroom.”

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