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Actually the angmohs also sibei kiasi one, free USB fan also can become “spy”

More often than not, we’ve heard Singaporeans being described as “Kiasi” (afraid to die), but the Trump-Kim summit might have just unveiled this set of kiasi personality amongst the Angmohs. More than 2,500 local and foreign journalists who were in Singapore to cover the historic summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday were distributed with goodie bags which includes the micro USB fan as seen below. Free micro USB fan leh, not bad right? But apparently some smart alec decided that the mini USB fan given out were USB-powered fans that can carry malware which created a frenzy amongst the journalists covering the summit on Twitter. So, um, summit journalists. Do not plug this in. Do not keep it. Drop it in a public trash can or send it to your friendly neighborhood security researcher. Call any computer science department and donate

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Move over Samuel Seow, the Korean Air screamers are here! (Secret audio recording)

I’m sure by now, you would have heard about Samuel Seow, the entertainment lawyer who was reported to the police for allegedly assaulting his staff. If you still have not, geez, please get out and make some friends who will tell you things, OK? Anyway, an audio file of the alleged incident has been making its rounds online. Click here for Mothership’s shorter and “juicer” version of the original 30-minute long video. Yup, that clip had half of Singapore wondering who and where Shaun was, hurhur! Can talk over things nicely one mah, why must raise voice, why must scream? Remember the Korean Air “Nut Rage” Sisters saga some time back? Apparently because they abused their authority and power in their workplace, they lost their jobs. Ahhh, karma bites! The situation appears to be pretty bad, and the staff at Korean Air even organised a protest recently to demand for

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