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    Speaking to AsiaOne, Tay said that Loh had been repeatedly taunting him and challenging him to a fight.

    Tay had originally uploaded footage of the fight on his YouTube channel on Tuesday (June 5) but has removed it upon the request of the police, he told AsiaOne.

    On his personal Instagram page, Loh had posted some screenshots of his exchange with Tay and briefly explained why he wanted to fight the self-proclaimed 'wrestling champion'.

    In the video which was posted on YouTube, Tay can be seen attempting to use some wrestling moves on Loh, who simply pushed him to the ground.

    The victim testified that the men had told him that they found him cute and that “God had sent them to pleasure him”.

    They also told the victim that “they were women disguised as men”, the court heard.

    In fact, he repeatedly testified that he told Neo and Goh to stop on multiple occasions.

    Once they arrived in Punggol, Goh instructed the victim to enter a multi-storey carpark.

    Those who head to yoga studios on the regular would be well aware that doing so could potentially cause a hole in the wallet.

    In celebration of its tenth anniversary, Yoga Movement is throwing in 10 free classes when you purchase the 30 Class Pack at $599.

    What's great is that the class pack has a 12-month validity.

    And should your friend purchase their first Class Pack using your referral code, both of you get one free class.

    TOKYO - A Japanese artist who created the hit manga comic series Yu-Gi-Oh!, which spawned a worldwide media franchise including a trading card game, has been found dead in the sea, media reported on Thursday (July 7).

    Yu-Gi-Oh!, which means King of Games, debuted as a serialised comic and ran from 1996 to 2004.

    It features a boy who solves conflicts using various games.

    It led to other series of Japanese comics known as manga, a form of comic or graphic novel with artistic roots in a traditional Japanese style, as well as video games and a card trading game that was popular around the world.

    It was just a brief moment but local actor Elvin Ng embarrassed himself in the US.

    Raising a stovetop kettle in his hand, Elvin said in his video: "Let me tell you guys a joke.

    A few moments later in the video, Elvin can be seen walking on the train station's platform.

    "I think getting lost on the subway is part of this whole trip — a natural rite of passage," Elvin said.

    People are also talking about the increased prices, with pink Gucci x Adidas Gazelles hitting the market at US$850 (S$1,191) when they release on July 7.

    While hype was building for the Gucci collaboration, Adidas launched another high-fashion tie-in.

    The Balenciaga x Adidas collaboration was unveiled at Balenciaga's spring 2023 runway presentation at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street in May.

    The Balenciaga x Adidas Stan Smith shoes – officially titled Balenciaga x Adidas Destroyed Stan Smith, according to the Instagram account @myfacewheno_o – drew the most ire once they were spotted for being exactly what their name suggested.

    However, Patrick dropped a bombshell yesterday (July 6) with a surprise marriage announcement.

    In an Instagram post, the 42-year-old shared a picture of him holding hands with another person, both wearing matching white-and-gold rings.

    The news might come as a surprise to his fans, considering that Patrick kept a tight lid on this relationship.

    A few hours after his post, modelling agency Catwalk, which manages Patrick, also expressed their congratulations to the happy couple.

    As a result, it seems Atome Singapore, which had endorsed Jeff, is now putting distance between the company and the latter.

    According to Marketing Interactive on Tuesday (July 5), the brand, which offers instalment plans on consumer purchases, has deleted posts of Jeff on Instagram and also TikTok following his scandal.

    Captions by Atome Singapore on the since-deleted posts also seemed to signal a collaboration between the two as it rode on Jeff's popularity.

    AsiaOne has reached out to Atome Singapore for more information.

    As a result, it seems Atome Singapore, which had endorsed Jeff, is now putting distance between the company and the latter.

    According to Marketing Interactive on Tuesday (July 5), the brand, which offers instalment plans on consumer purchases, has deleted posts of Jeff on Instagram and also TikTok following his scandal.

    Captions by Atome Singapore on the since-deleted posts also seemed to signal a collaboration between the two as it rode on Jeff's popularity.

    AsiaOne has reached out to Atome Singapore for more information.

    GENEVA – The World Health Organisation (WHO) has reported two new deaths from monkeypox since its previous disease update on June 27, bringing the total to three since the start of the year.

    The global healthy body also said the disease had spread to new areas.

    However, all three deaths have been reported in Africa, the report showed.

    The update also showed that over 99 per cent of the cases for which gender information was available were among men.