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A photo circulating online purportedly shows a mural of US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on the wall of a block in Singapore.
The photo, which started making its rounds on social media yesterday (June 13), also featured the Merlion and was accompanied by claims that it had been taken in Tiong Bahru.
This misled netizens into thinking that someone had drawn the graffiti following the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore on June 12.
But don't be fooled, guys -- there is no such mural in Tiong Bahru.
A member of the Stomp Team visited the Tiong Bahru area, where the mural was said to be, and found no such image.
In its place is an entirely different mural of an animal:
A photographer was also spotted at the same location, taking pictures of the mural.