Wow..3,000 migrant workers staying on board cruise ships
#11
Bangla damn good life. Later not happy with the food, slam the tray and toss it to the sea ..that’s the real man! thumbs up
Quote
#12
23-5-2020 8:46 PM
p1acebo said:
I wonder if the cruise casino is open for them to gamble Thinking.

Lo of course don’t have rah
But I see tv. Background
Seem like there is a talk at the lounge area just finished
thumbs up $$$$Happy to be Foreveralone because I'm $Rich$$$$ Embarrassed
Researcher in Social Science + Politics
Quote
#13
23-5-2020 8:16 PM
Bulldogge said:
Wonder how much their 1 nite stay per room?

Free stay. Laughing
Quote
#14
23-5-2020 8:46 PM
p1acebo said:
I wonder if the cruise casino is open for them to gamble Thinking.
Ya....also can send in pros for them to fυck as well...
[Image: giphy.gif]
Quote
#15
Actually not fair, do u know there are thousand odd factory dormitories in Jurong areas, each company housed 100 plus to 500 plus FWs, these FWs their quarter condition is terrible, many hope kena covid then can go Expo n thereafter transfer to cruiseship.

This is fact if you have chance to see with your own eyes.
Quote
#16
Enjoying the time of their life. They were so happy been in luxurious cruise which they never had it before.
Quote
#17
Good life indeed Thinking
Quote
#18
23-5-2020 9:01 PM
jahtl said:
Free stay. Laughing
MOH accept the evidence from the paper and adopt a time-based discharge, more than 80% of patients could go home after 11 days of illness.

After two swab tested negative they too, would no longer stay after 11 days.

Saturday (May 23) National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) and the Academy of Medicine's Chapter of Infectious Disease Physicians.
Quote
#19
Who dare to go on cruise using the same ship?

Is it Genting Ship?
Quote
#20
they at least can see sea,skies,birds better than in an enclosed hotel room
[Image: zKPg0zf.jpg]
Quote
Users browsing: 1 Guest(s)


Forum Jump: