Diner allegedly finds tapeworm in his fish at The Fabulous Baker Boy restaurant

Jun 15, 2022 | 🚀 Fathership

A diner was completely put off his meal after discovering a long, slimy object in his fish and chips.

Stomp contributor Kohji shared with Stomp that he visited The Fabulous Baker Boy at Aliwal Street in the Kampong Glam district after checking out from a hotel on June 11.

"I went over and ordered fish and chips and scrambled eggs," he said.

"After a second bite, I realised a long, sticky thing from the fish was stuck to my mouth and it was obviously a worm.

"However, the manager or the owner approached me and said the chef's feedback was that all fish served there were frozen and that it was not a worm but the intestines from the fish!

"So are they telling me they never wash the fish?

"Why are they serving fish intestine to me?"

Kohji said he did not finish the rest of the meal but was charged $27 for the fish and chips and scrambled eggs.

"He gave me a 20 per cent discount but he still charged me for his excellent 10 per cent service charge for serving that long white worm."

Kohji shared screenshots of his correspondence with the chef and owner of the restaurant in the comments section of his Facebook post.

The owner apologised and assured him that the restaurant thoroughly cleans its produce and "has a high rating with SFA (Singapore Food Agency)".

"What you experienced today I cannot explain but will carry an intensive investigation with my team and suppliers so that this will not happen again," he said.

He said that he will also contact his supplier and that they have been using the same type of fish for the last 10 years.

Kohji said that he is a chef himself and commented that there should be no intestine in the fish and believes it to be a tapeworm.

He also asked why he was charged when he did not eat his food and said he has not received a reply since.

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Intel: S'pore Honda Civic stolen from Genting Highlands enroute into Indochina

Jul 19, 2022 | 🚀 Fathership

The Honda Civic Type R stolen from a mall carpark in Malaysia's Resorts World Genting is likely enroute into Indochina by way of Thailand through a container ship, a Fathership source said.

Indochina is referred to the countries bordering Thailand, which includes Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.

How it works

The Honda Civic would be especially difficult to recover, said a source who brought forward the syndicates’ way of operating. “It is believed that the cars stolen in Malaysia will be transported via the sea by container ship from Singapore. Then, it will stop at its first destination, Thailand. It is also believed that Laem Chabang Port, in Thailand is their main destination [to unload the stolen vehicles],” he continued.

The source adds that depending on the situation, parts of the stolen vehicle would be dropped off in Thailand, while the rest would continue on its way to the other countries.

CCTV captures footage of stolen Honda Civic

According to CCTV footage, the Singapore-plate car owned by a man named Damien, was stolen in the early morning of July 16 at around 2.43am.

Another CCTV screenshot showed the thief driving Damien's car out of the car park by tailgating another vehicle through the exit.

Bye bye Honda

The source said, "Thailand had been ramping up it's intelligence network and syndicates are finding it harder to keep the car in Thailand for a long time. To avoid detection, the car will continue it's journey into one of the countries in Indochina, likely Laos as Cambodia and Myanmar's black market prefers 4-wheel drives and bigger vehicles like the Toyota Hilux."

Coincidentally, a Malaysian-registered Toyota Hilux was also stolen from the same carpark as the Honda Civic a day before.