Although many Western countries accord drug addiction its medical recognition, Singapore is well-known for its tough stance in handling the local drug situation.
Businessman Shihan Mohd Salim, who owns Anak Mami The Restaurant 3, charged RM3.20 (S$1.06) for a cup of Milo Ais,
The government deals with drug abusers by subjecting them to tougher regimes in prison which eventually cripples their coping abilities after their release.
While the rest of the world is evolving through the 21st century, you can still count on Singapore to stubbornly remain in the last century when it comes to LGBT rights and acceptance.
This little known law effectively shields the Government (SAF and SCDF included) from civil liability for the deaths of full time national servicemen, even when the SAF and SCDF are found to be negligent.