A resident at a Bukit Batok HDB recently complained on facebook about his upstairs neighbour hanging pork belly slices outside their window, on their laundry rack.
He said that the soy sauce from the pork had dripped from the meat slices and onto his clean clothes below, dirtying it.
Shin Min Daily News reported that the resident responsible for the meat, Shui Shui, has since removed the pork belly slices from their clothes rack.
The woman told SMDN that her mother wanted to cook homemade pork belly for Chinese New Year as she couldn’t return to her home country for the last three years because of the pandemic.
Shui’s mother had hung the meat outside after marinating them, and they “didn’t know we couldn’t do this”, and they then took it off as soon as they were told.
She added that she didn’t mean to offend her neighbours and personally went down to her neighbours downstairs and apologised, and she added that they have accepted her apology.
Facebook user Bob Tan shared how his upstairs neighbour hangs pork belly outside their flat’s window, with the soy sauce dripping all over his clothes below.
According to MustShareNews, Tan has since reported the incident to the town council and is waiting for them to get back to him.
The incident purportedly took place at Block 536 Bukit Batok Street 52.
Tan shared photos of the pork belly being hung on the clothes rack outside his neighbour’s window, with at least 6 slices being seen in the photos dangling outside.
He said that his clothes ended up being dirtied by the sauces that dripped from the pork belly slices.