Dear TRS, I was on the North South Line late at night travelling from Orchard to Toa Payoh when I came across some really disgusting behaviour. A PRC auntie sitting a few seats beside me on the train actually peed on the seat and then just casually got up to alight at Novena. She was sitting near the middle of the train and when she got up, I noticed that there was a wet puddle left behind.
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