Interpol looking for M'sian sex blogger

He has gone missing after travelling to Singapore to shoot documentary

ON THE RUN: Alvin Tan (in red) and his ex-girlfriend Vivian Lee in a file picture.
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Intruder films accomplice beating granny, 62, in bizarre attack

BLOODY: The victim was taken to hospital and discharged later that day. BOOZE: Police found a bottle of beer near the flat.
BLOODY: The victim was taken to hospital and discharged later that day. BOOZE: Police found a bottle of beer near the flat.
BOOZE: Police found a bottle of beer near the flat.

A 62-year-old granny was beaten by one man while his accomplice filmed the violence on his handphone.

The two men had barged into the third-floor Admiralty Road flat after the woman's two grandchildren had returned from school at 2pm yesterday.

The elderly woman lost a tooth suffered a bruised face after she collapsed from the attack. She was treated at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital and discharged the same day.

Her granddaughter, 12, and grandson, 9, were unhurt.

The men did not ask for any cash or steal anything.

Police, who have classified the case as voluntarily causing hurt and criminal trespassing, are investigating.Read the full report in our print edition on August 28.

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Trapped truck driver rescued in PIE pile-up

CRASHED: (Above)The mangled heap that was the lorry involved in the initial crash with a Malaysian tipper truck.
CRASHED: The mangled heap that was the lorry involved in the initial crash with a Malaysian tipper truck (above).
One of the motorists involved in the accident, who wanted to be known only as Mr Kong.

Five people, including a truck driver and a child who were seriously injured, were taken to hospital after a 14-vehicle pile-up during peak-hour on Wednesday evening.

The pile-up that happened on the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) towards Changi followed a collision between a tipper truck from Malaysia travelling on the Thomson Flyover with another truck that was filtering from a slip road into the expressway at 5.20pm.

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said the driver of one of the trucks was trapped and had to be rescued with the help of a hydraulic system cutter.

Read the full report in our print edition on August 28 2014.

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