Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Lee Chong Wei sex video scandal

A sex video allegedly showing Malaysian professional badminton player Lee Chong Wei went viral but the three-time Olympic medalist has denied claims of him being in a supposed sex tape :

“It is not me.

“This is ridiculous, take one look at the video and you know it’s not me,” he was quoted in a response to the New Straits Times.“Initially I just wanted to ignore because it is just a waste of time. However it is getting out of hand and I will be lodging a police report at Bukit Aman today,” Lee was quoted saying.

You can watch the video for details.

Not amused by the video, Chong Wei has lodged a police report to clear his name yesterday. "My movie is coming out and this is some of the ways that some people are trying to bring my name into disrepute," said Chong Wei, who is married to Wong Mew Choo.

Born in Bagan Serai, Perak into a Malaysian Chinese family, Lee Chong Wei is triple silver medalist at the Olympic Games, and the sixth Malaysian to win an Olympic medal. As a singles player, Lee was ranked first worldwide for 199 consecutive weeks from 21 August 2008 to 14 June 2012. He is the fourth Malaysian player after Rashid Sidek, Roslin Hashim and Wong Choong Hann to achieve such a ranking (since official rankings were first kept in the 1980s), and is the only Malaysian shuttler to hold the number one ranking for more than a year.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Eden Ang sexual harassment allegations

31-year-old Singapore YouTube star Eden Ang from JianHao Tan, Night Owl Cinematics, and Wah!Banana has been accused of sexually harrasing an 18 years old girl by a Facebook user named Kuroe Kun. According to the Facebook post, 18 years old was a friend of Kuroe Kun and had been hired for Eden Ang’s YouTube channel. During the course of their work together, she was inappropriately touched by the actor, claimed Kuroe Kun. At one point, the friend complied to Ang’s alleged demands for her to strip to her lingerie out of fear.

Kuroe Kun also alleged that the police who handled the girls’ report of sexual harassment weren’t tactful and blamed the victim for bringing it upon herself. The post was later removed.

When it all blew up on social media, Eden Ang took to Facebook to respond. He said :

Thank you to all my family, friends, and fans who have notified me about the recent malicious allegations regarding me on Facebook. I am aware of this and I have made a police report. As always I put full faith and trust in the Singapore Police Force and the Singaporean legal system. I am fully cooperating with the authorities on the investigation of this case. Thank you to those who continue to support me and I pray these allegations come to past quickly.

 After this, YouTuber and influencer Dee Kosh released a 20 minutes video where he alleged tha he actually knew the details of Ang’s alleged sexual misconduct. According to him, Ang and 18 years old met in a boxing match. She took a video of Ang and posted it on Instagram. Ang replied to her on Instagram and they started chatting. Later Ang hired her as  his personal assistant.

Sometime later in a text exchange, Ang seemingly controlled the way she dressed. He asked her to “cover up” on one day and “dress different” on another. When she said she’d prefer to dress professionally on both days, Ang replied: “Good girls listen to daddy. You should call me that actually”. Further down the text message exchange, she told him “don’t touch me”. He replied “you wish mei mei (“little sister” in Mandarin)”.

The serious allegation is that Ang touched her ass :

Jumping forward in time, Ang messaged her to wear a “cute G”, for some reason. A G-string.
When she refused, Ang told her to listen to “daddy” and show her best asset. Later on, the girl was (allegedly) told to take off her pants, and Ang (allegedly) smacked her ass.

After this, Ang said he has been receiving death threats and is even seeking legal action against the people (Dee Kosh included, probably) who’ve continued to cast “malicious accusations”.

“I did not take advantage of anyone. I recognize that incidents like these often play out in a “he said she said” situation, but my conscience is clear and I have the records to support this. Some have pointed out that I should publicly share details to prove my position. However, I will not be sharing any further details on identity or communications out of respect for everyone’s privacy. Any further discussions can be through the authorities.”

 Singapore Police Force put out its own statement regarding the case, taking issue with is the fact that the alleged victim’s friend (Kuroe Kun) made some pretty serious claims about police officers from the Clementi Police Division.

A netizen, Kuroe Kun, posted online on 25 January 2018 that her female friend was allegedly molested. In her post, Kuroe Kun also made allegations against an Investigation Officer (IO) from Clementi Police Division. These are serious allegations against the IO, and we have looked into it. We wish to clarify that the allegations are unfounded and false. The IO carried out his duty professionally when he attended to the female friend. The IO did not make any insensitive remarks, contrary to what has been alleged by Kuroe Kun. Neither did the IO turn Kuroe Kun's female friend away. Rather, the female friend informed the IO of her own accord that she needed time to consider about lodging a police report.
Following Kuroe Kun's online post, the Police have requested Kuroe Kun's female friend to come forward to lodge a report. However, she has not been forthcoming in her accounts to the Police and has yet to make a police report, despite our continual efforts to reach out to her.
The Police take a very serious view of all complaints or allegations made against our officers. Such complaints will be thoroughly investigated and if substantiated, the Police will not hesitate to take action against any errant officer. However, we also cannot condone malicious allegations against the Police. If the allegations are found to be false and made maliciously, appropriate action in accordance with the law will be taken.
The Police urge members of the public to post information online responsibly. We also urge the public not to speculate or spread unsubstantiated information.
The alleged victim later came out with a mumbo jumbo tone of #MeToo movement :

Hey everyone. My name is Lilith, and I am the victim in the Eden Ang scandal that is currently going on. I haven’t said anything so far because i’ve been scared. no, terrified by what speaking up would mean..for my safety, for my dignity, for my family and for my friends. But enough is enough.
It has recently come to light that there had been some discrepancies in the post that my friend had put out. I am here to set the record straight. Everything she said about Eden is true. He did touch me after me repeatedly telling him no, both online and offline. I will be filing a police report soon and will be unable to further comment on this issue. I encourage every girl out there who may feel the same way as i do, to please, speak out. Even if my coming out with this leads to being harassed and my safety being compromised, if I give courage to even just ONE other girl to stand up for what is right, this all be worth it. thank you for the support most of you have given me. I hope this step I take will be a step for change.
Eden Ang sexual harassment alleged victim
Ang has yet to issue a new statement regarding the issue, but he has already assured that he’ll be lawyering up and lodging a police report of his own.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Most popular Little India Hotels Singapore 2018

Little India is an ethnic district in central Singapore. It is located east of the Singapore River—across from Chinatown, located west of the river—and north of Kampong Glam. Little India is commonly known as Tekka in the Indian Singaporean community.

The area is a very popular place to stay in Singapore with its central location, access to MRT stations and many hotels catering to both business and leisure travelers. Generally known for budget hotels, the area also offers a few luxury and mid level Singapore hotels.

Hotel 81 Dickson  - 2 Stars
Located in Little India, Hotel 81 Dickson is just a 10-minute walk to Sim Lim Square, Bugis Street and Mustafa Centre. It is surrounded by a range of popular shops and is within a 10-minute walk of Little India MRT Station.

Moon 23 Hotel - 3.5 Star
Located in Little India, Moon 23 Hotel provides good value accommodation. It is close to the Masjid Abdul Gaffoor, dining options and shops.

Perak Hotel - 3 Star
Perak Hotel is set in Little India and is a 10-minute walk from Bugis Street. Rooms are air conditioned and a Wi-Fi connection is included free of charge.

Hotel 81 Rochor - 2 Star
Located in Little India, Hotel 81 Rochor is five minutes from Sim Lim Square and provides free Wi-Fi. It is surrounded by a range of well-known shops and is within a 10-minute walk of Bugis MRT Station.

Most popular Little India Hotels Singapore 2018
Moon 23 Hotel provides good value accommodation. It is close to the Masjid Abdul Gaffoor, dining options and shops.
Santa Grand Hotel Little India Singapore - 2 Star
Located in Little India, Santa Grand Hotel Little India Singapore is a 10-minute walk to the Masjid Abdul Gaffoor. It is ideally positioned for guests wishing to visit local attractions.

One Farrer Hotel & Spa - 5 Star
One Farrer Hotel & Spa provides 5-star accommodation in Little India. It offers an outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Wanderlust - 4 Star
This hotel is situated in Little India, just a 10-minute walk from Bugis Street. Just minutes from the Masjid Abdul Gaffoor, it features air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi access.

Arianna Hotel Singapore - 1 Star
Located in Little India, Arianna Hotel Singapore is a short walk from the Masjid Abdul Gaffoor and Thekchen Choling. The air-conditioned rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi access.

Bunc Hostel - 2 Star
Set in Little India, this modern Little India hostel provides luggage storage, a 24-hour reception and a concierge. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.

Claremont Hotel Singapore - 2 Star
Claremont Hotel Singapore is situated in Little India, only a five-minute walk to Mustafa Centre and Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple. It also provides a 24-hour reception, an express check-in and check-out feature and a currency exchange.

For a complete list of Singapore Little India hotels and prices, visit Singapore Little India hotels page.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Most popular hotels in Singapore in 2018

Singapore offers many hotels to stay in various levels. Although the hotel prices are expensive in general compared to the rest of Asia, there are many budget hotels alongside mid level and luxury.

Marina Bay Sands - 5 Star
This 5-star hotel features the world's largest rooftop infinity pool, stunning views of the city skyline and luxury accommodation. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a bar and is close to Marina Bay Sands Casino.

V Hotel Lavender - 4 Star
Featuring a rooftop terrace overlooking the city, V Hotel Lavender provides air conditioned rooms with slippers, a flat-screen TV and a telephone. This modern hotel is located in Lavender.

Dorsett Singapore - 4 Star
Located in Singapore City Centre, this hotel is a 10-minute walk to The Pinnacle at Duxton and Yue Hwa Building. It also offers a Jacuzzi, free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool.

Most popular hotels in Singapore in 2018
Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Albert Street - 4 Star
This modern hotel is situated in Singapore City Centre, and features free Wi-Fi, a rooftop pool and a playground. It is located a brief stroll from Bugis Street.

Ramada Singapore at Zhongshan Park - 4 Star
Located five minutes away from the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall and Burmese Buddhist Temple, this hotel offers 4-star accommodation and a swimming pool. It also provides a coffee bar, a free shuttle service and free Wi-Fi.

Hotel G Singapore - 4 Star
Located in Singapore City Centre, this hotel is just a short stroll from the National Museum of Singapore, Bugis Street and Singapore Management University. It also offers a 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Victoria Hotel Singapore - 3 Star
Situated in Singapore City Centre, this hotel is within walking distance of the National Museum of Singapore and Bugis Street. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is under 10-minutes' stroll from City Hall MRT Station.

Hotel Boss Singapore - 4 Star
This hotel is located in Lavender, and offers a swimming pool, a rooftop terrace and free Wi-Fi. There is also a fitness centre with cardiovascular equipment, a swimming pool and a cross trainer.

Concorde Hotel Singapore - 4 Star
Located in Singapore City Centre, this hotel is a 10-minute walk to Sri Temasek. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is less than a 10-minute stroll from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station.

Mandarin Orchard Singapore - 5 Star
Mandarin Orchard Singapore, located in Singapore City Centre, provides traditional accommodation and superior services and facilities. It also offers outdoor tennis courts, free Wi-Fi and a swimming pool.

Nude coffee shop waitress video featuring Jaenae with the big boobs went viral

A video of the Pattaya-based internet-famous Arisa Suwannawong a.k.a “Jaenae with the big boobs,” featured the top-heavy model wearing nothing but an apron in a video promoting Nina Coffee Shop. Thai model who posed as a nude coffee shop waitress raised an uproar on social media last week, but told Coconuts Bangkok she made the now-viral clip in a good-hearted attempt to help out the shop’s owner, who is now facing obscenity charges.

In the photos, Ming — also wearing nothing but an apron — can be seen serving coffees to male customers. Jaenae, who has more than 365,000 Facebook followers, said she she and Ming do the shoot for free — it was their idea.

If the shop was looking for attention, Jaenae’s suggestive video seems to have done the trick, with more than 1.1 million views at this point. Saucy photos of her colleague Minggomut “Ming” Kongsawas, meanwhile, were picked up by international outlets.

She claims they stopped by the coffee shop in Chonburi’s Sattahip district after a “sexy photoshoot” in Rayong and felt bad that the cafe didn’t have a lot of customers.

“I talked to the owner, and he said that no one comes to his coffee shop because it’s far from the city, so I offered to make a video and he could share it. Ming posed in the photos,” Jaenae explained.

“I wasn’t paid for this at all. I was just on my back from a photoshoot, and I was wearing sexy clothes anyway,” she said. Good Samaritans come in all shapes and sizes, folks.