Rat problem at Marina Square still persists: Look what fell from cafe ceiling

Rat problem at Marina Square still persists: Look what fell from cafe ceiling

SINGAPORE - A customer at a cafe in Marina square was having a coffee yesterday (Feb 4) and was shocked when a baby rat fell from the false ceiling.

According to the man, Ah Heng, who emailed citizen journalism site Stomp, the incident occurred at about 8.55pm.

He recounted:

"My wife and I was having coffee at Marina Square cafe, was shocked and surprised that a baby rat fell from the false ceiling!

"Seems like the rat issue is not resolved yet.

"Due to the commotion, someone went to inform the staff In the end, staff swept the rat away with the broom.

"We were really very surprised that this incident happened, because we thought the rat issue has been solved since NEA has allowed Hotpot Culture to re-open."

Hotpot Culture was previously suspended by the National Environment Agency (NEA) after a diner found a dead rat in pot of salted vegetables last month.

Upon investigation, rodent activity was also found in 14 stalls and restaurants in Marina Square.


Visit STOMP for more stories.

More about

Marina Square
Purchase this article for republication.

BRANDINSIDER

SPONSORED

Most Read

Your daily good stuff - AsiaOne stories delivered straight to your inbox
By signing up, you agree to our Privacy policy and Terms and Conditions.