Woman hangs underwear in Woodlands corridor: 'Every morning, neighbours have to see her lingerie'

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Update on April 28:

Daughter of woman who hangs underwear in corridor says mum was verbally abused for it

Original article:

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A woman has been hanging her clothes including underwear in the common spaces of her HDB block at Champions Way in Woodlands, much to the dismay of her neighbours.

The clutter has made life especially difficult for one neighbour.

"She is disabled in a wheelchair," said Stomper Anonymous. "She is very nice. But the old lady has been putting her lingerie in the corridor which makes it hard for the wheelchair to go through."

The neighbour is a friend of the Stomper's mother who also lives on the same floor.

The Stomper said: "The old lady is very mean towards the neighbours and so are her children when they come and visit her. They told their mother not to take the clothes in and hang them outside. Every morning, the neighbours have to see her lingerie.

"It’s a fire hazard. We told her many times that kids even fell when they were running in a hurry down the stairs."

Photos shared by the Stomper also showed mattresses left outside.

The Stomper said the woman lives in the one-room rental flat with her husband and a maid, but was reluctant to reveal the block number as "the family is very fierce".

"They kept scolding my mother and her disabled neighbour. Her children threatened my mum," said the Stomper.

"We made a police report, but the police asked to us go for mediation and didn’t ask them to remove anything. That was about eight months ago."

The Stomper said that the police have been called three times and shared a photo of three police case cards.

"My mum's door hinges were broken. The vase and shoes she put outside were lost. Now she keeps everything inside. My mother will die in her home with them mentally abusing my mum like this."

In response to a Stomp query, police confirmed that a report was lodged.

The Stomper claimed to have also written to the town council.

When contacted by Stomp, the Marsiling-Yew Tee Town Council said: "Based on our records, this is the first time we have received this feedback.

"We have advised the resident on hanging laundry using the provided amenities within the residential unit."

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