Local Hero Traps 50 Rats Using Roast Duck

Local Hero Traps 50 Rats Using Roast Duck
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  1. A buildup of waste near the hawker center in Ang Mo Kio has led to a rat infestation.
  2. A local man used roast duck as bait to catch 50 rats in just one month.
  3. Rubbish, primarily paper and cardboard, is frequently being irresponsibly discarded by nearby businesses.

Lianhe Zaobao reports that the continuous pile up of rubbish around a local hawker center is contributing to a sudden spike in rat infestation.

The Root Cause: Garbage Accumulation

It’s simple.

Rats like garbage.

More garbage means more rats.

At the core of this rat infestation near Blk 628 of Ang Mo Kio 4, is a growing pile of waste, most of it being paper and cardboard.

The Rat Trapper: A Local Hero

Roast duck, it turns out, is more than delicious food.

It’s a rat trap.

One brave individual used it to catch 50 rats in one month.

The Crime: Irresponsible Waste Disposal

Pieces of paper, bits of cardboard, left outside.

No use of the garbage chute.

A mountain of waste grows each night, only to be cleared in the morning.

The Witnesses: Residents and Hawkers

Imagine walking to the market and seeing rats.

Imagine living nearby and witnessing the rodent parade each night.

Imagine being part of a community where rats have become a common sight.

The Authorities: Silence or Action?

The question remains-

What are our authorities doing?

Are they silent or are they taking action?

Caught in the crossfire between careless waste disposal and a growing rat threat, time calls for quick, efficient measures.

Conquering the Rat Fortress: Effective Measures

Let’s talk about what can be done.

More importantly, let’s talk about what is being done.

Returns are promising.

The rat population has seen a significant decrease thanks to… roast duck.

Rat-infested Hawker Centers. Poor Waste Management. Roast Duck Bait.

What does this make you think about our community’s waste disposal habits?

Is roast duck bait the quintessential Rat Infestation Prevention?

Or can we dream bigger- dream of sustainable Eco-friendly Waste Disposal, Rodent Control Solutions?

What are we doing about this? Better yet, what can you do about it?

Your thoughts, your space.

What do you think?

Written by Patrick Tan

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