Holland-Bukit Timah GRC PAP candidate Sim Ann sounded too tipsy during her Commonwealth rally speech?
I'd like to have some of what she's having.
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#GE2015 PAP candidate Sim Ann says SDP's Chee Soon Juan likes to "chu pattern", meaning someone who is full of antics. In a speech dripping with sarcasm, she tells the crowd: "If Dr Chee says he is second when it comes to 'chu pattern', no one else would dare to claim first." Follow our live blog (/str.sg/Z7Pd) or Twitter (twitter.com/STcom) for updates.
Posted by The Straits Times on Monday, September 7, 2015
Holland-Bukit Timah GRC People’s Action Party (PAP) candidate Sim Ann had a somewhat fun and exuberant time letting loose on stage during her rally at Commonwealth on Sept. 7, 2015.
In a memorable segment that will forever live on in video form and circulated far and wide online, she is seen speaking in Mandarin in a way like her other personality just got the better of her because she had one too many.
Besides openly attacking Singapore Democratic Party’s chief Chee Soon Juan, by calling him names and insinuating he is full of double standards, she appeared full of glee while doing it in this higher-than-normal pitch voice.
Naturally, her speaking demeanour has not gone down too well with the online crowd who have reacted with displeasure:
The four-person Holland-Bukit Timah PAP team led by Vivian Balakrishnan, consists of Sim Ann, Liang Eng Hwa and Christopher de Souza. They will be defending their turf against Chee’s SDP team, consisting of Paul Tambyah, Sidek Mallek and Chong Wai Fung.
For comparison, check out how Sim Ann’s non-drunk persona sounds like speaking in parliament: