A couple who got into a spat with an elderly man at a hawker centre in Toa Payoh in June has been fined S$2,700 on Friday (11 August). Chow Chuin Yee, 46, was fined $1,500 for using criminal force by using his body to push against 76-year-old Ng Ai Hua. His partner, Tay Puay Leng, 39, was fined S$1,200 for using abusive words on Mr Ng with the intent to cause alarm, the local media reported.
If you missed out on McDonald’s Nasi Lemak burger, which sold out two weeks after it was launched, there’s an alternative you can bite into. Created by local food expert KF Seetoh in 2016 for a hawker, the nasi lemak burger comes with wok-fried “lemak otah rice patties”. This is essentially rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf and then shaped into a patty that’s deep fried.
McDonald’s Nasi Lemak burger that was launched just in time for Singapore’s National Day has been sold out. So well-loved and so sedap, the patriotic burger was sold out just two weeks after its launch. Senior director of Marketing, menu and digital innovation at McDonald’s Singapore, Agatha Yap said: “We will certainly consider suggestions to bring it back sometime in the future.”Other limited edition items such as the Chendol McFlurry and Bandung McFizz have also sold out.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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