Saturday afternoon, People's Park Complex
I went to level 3 and was surprised to see so many units doing foot reflexology or something related to health. It looked like business was good too. They are for both males and females. I have never done foot reflexology before so I don't know how it feels.
Business was very good at this Mr Lim's. When I lingered outside, a woman approached me and asked if I wanted a foot massage. I asked her must wait or not. She said yes, must queue. I said never mind I come next time. She said weekends 1 to 5 are their peak periods and asked me to come after 5.
Later as I was about to leave the complex, I saw 3 police vans and a police patrol car at the rear of the building. A crowd had gathered across the road to watch. There was excitement in the air. I asked a man in the crowd what was happening. He said the police were catching women soliciting in the area. I asked him where the women were. He said in the vans already. (Actually I meant to ask him where we can find the women.) Then the police vehicles started to leave. Too bad, I missed all the action.
As I was walking along New Bridge Road, I saw another massage and foot reflexology shop. I think it is at level one. A woman was standing below the staircase.
I went on to Kreta Ayer People's Theatre . There was a seminar going on inside the Theatre. There were two Malay women wearing white headscarves at the door. I think the seminar was organized by some Malay society.
When I was leaving Kreta Ayer CC, which is next to the Theatre, I saw this car parked beside a temporary wall. I think it was quite risky. Some workers were behind the wall digging the earth on the slope. The wall did not look very secure. What if it falls down and damage the car. Who is going to pay for the repairs? There were 3 prominent warning signs on the wall.