Two coffins were found floating within the Kallang watercourse on Wednesday morning (May 8). The two coffins were first spotted near Block 15 Upper Boon Keng Road, according to a report by Chinese newspaper Shin Min Daily News.
Residents in Singapore were confused over what perceived to be 2 empty and open coffins nonchalantly drifting down the Kallang watercourse. The pictures circulated on social media, and netizens wasted no time cracking jokes that ranged from the Ghostbusters to Dracula’s lodging flooding.
It was a weird sighting. It is unclear how the coffins landed in the waters, or if they have since been removed by the authorities.
According to Mr Lee, who has dealt with imported coffins, said it should be easy to track the coffin as shipping labels can be found on the photograph taken by Shin Min Newspaper.
While some netizens expressed concern that the coffins might probably cause pollution, we understands that the stream is channelled to water treatment plants.
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