Singapore state media engage in porno to promote viewerships

On Dec 28, 10:41 am, bear wrote:

> On Dec 28, 10:14 am, "truth" wrote:

> SPH has so many journalists who have yet to produce babies for the
> country or soldiers for Mindef. Gary comes in handy to shag them.

In a desperate bid to boost its flagging readership and to distract
Singaporeans from important national issues, the state media has
resorted to giving extensive publicity to an online sex predator using
the moniker “Gary Ng” to attract readers to its site.

Gary Ng shot to infamy earlier this year by posting his sexual
encounters with women online. His partners came from various
backgrounds from professionals, students to beer-ladies.

He even claimed to have had sex with a mother and her daughter on two
different occasions including his own niece.

In an interview with SPH’s RazorTV, Mr Ng (not his real name) said he
did so as a form of “revenge” against women who betrayed him in past
relationships:

“I had a few serious relationships which I’ve spent about 10 years
on….One of the hardest blows came from this sex video that I happened
to see through her ex-boyfriend which happened overseas. He sent me a
link to a video in which my girlfriend was having sexual intercourse
with another guy.”

Mr Ng admitted he was devastated by his past relationships which
caused him to seek “solace” in endless partying and clubbing.

In less than a year, he claimed he had 50 sex partners – including
polytechnic students, undergraduates and high-flying executives.

The women, he said, were attracted to him because he ‘grooms himself
well’ and drives a ‘nice car’ – a Nissan GTR.

He started filming his sex trysts – taken mostly at home or at hotels
– for his own viewing pleasure, and later decided to post them online
due to “overwhelming” response from netizens.

Besides the interview with Gary Ng whose face was masked, the RazorTV
clip also contains explict photos of women clad in revealing clothes,
some with nothing more than a bra covering the top.

It is unsure if the state media is trying to promote promiscuity or to
encourage Singaporeans to procreate with this latest gimmick.

If RazorTV is so desperate for news, it can try to interview YPAP
member Sear Hock Rong on his spat with 3in1kopitiam forumers, MM Lee
on his infamous remarks about Singaporeans being “less hard-driving
and hard-striving” than PRC immigrants or Mark Chow on his grassroots
work with Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC which will surely be a hit among
netizens.

Unfortunately, the state media is more interested to divert public
attention from national issues with such cheap thrills than to keep
Singaporeans updated on the latest socio-political development in
their country.

Gary Ng Scandalous Videos

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