Yishun Ave 5 Incident: What Really Happened with the Police & Auntie?

Two Police Officers Conducting ID Check
Two Police Officers Conducting ID Check

The following content is based on the Issuance of Correction Directions Under the Protection From Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act Regarding False Allegations Against the Police Concerning an Incident at Yishun Avenue 5 in 2021.

  • POFMA Correction issued for false allegations against Police.
  • Incident happened at Yishun Avenue 5 in 2021.
  • Terry Xu and TOCA kena Correction Directions.

Ahoy people! Today, we talk about this POFMA Correction thing.

You all must be wondering what’s this about huh?

Don’t worry, let me explain everything for you.

What POFMA Sia?

POFMA stands for Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act, bro.

Basically, it’s there to help people deal with fake news and all that rubbish, you get what I mean?

So Who Kena This POFMA Correction?

Wah, let me tell you ah.

So 3 publications kena this time – Terry Xu’s Facebook post, TOCA’s article, and their social media posts.

All of them talk about some incident at Yishun Avenue 5 in 2021.

Apparently got some old auntie lost and they accuse the Police of reprimanding and taunting her for not wearing a mask.

But really ah, the Police just want to help her find her way home lah.

Then What Happened?

In the end, the Court said cannot believe the accusations.

So now the Minister for Home Affairs tell the POFMA Office to issue this Correction Direction thing to Terry Xu and TOCA.

They need to put a correction notice next to their posts.

Why This POFMA Correction Makes a Difference?

This POFMA Correction thing happening to Terry Xu and TOCA ah, important because it helps to maintain people’s trust in the Singapore Police Force.

We don’t want all these nonsense contributing to the distrust of our own law enforcement, right or not?

Actionable & Practical Takeaways

  • Be careful when sharing things online, don’t accidentally spread fake news.
  • If you see something suspicious, check reliable sources to confirm the news.
  • Don’t be quick to judge lah, sometimes things aren’t what they seem.

So there you have it.

Moral of the story: always be careful with what you share online or you might kena like Terry Xu and TOCA, hor.

Fake news can really be a pain in the butt, so always double-check before you share anything online.

Ok lah, that’s all. Next time you see any juicy news, remember to think first!

For facts about this case, you can check out Corrections regarding false allegations against the Police concerning an incident at Yishun Avenue 5 in 2021.

What do you think?

Written by Patrick Tan

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