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A Stomper saw sanitary pads on the roof of a sheltered walkway in front of Block 440C Clementi Avenue 3, on Sunday (Sep 30) at 4.30pm.
The Stomper, a resident of the block, said that the pads have been there for more than a week.
"I just moved into this flat five months ago and it is quite unsightly to be seeing people's private items near your home," she said.
"Some of them are also found on the air conditioning compressor boxes outside the window. The pads can be seen from the second floor and it is really inappropriate."
She does not know if the pads are used or not.
"Another reason why the pads are there may be that, these flats don't have an in-house rubbish chute. You have to leave the house to throw your trash away. Maybe the person was lazy and felt like this was the most convenient way."
She explains that the rubbish chutes for new flats can be found outside at a common area, unlike old flats that have an in-house rubbish chute.