Punggol's problem neighbour also had disputes in previous Toa Payoh home

When the housewife lived in Toa Payoh (above), a neighbour said he was once locked inside his flat (left) because someone had stuck something into his padlock. ST PHOTOS: KELVIN CHNG
When the housewife lived in Toa Payoh, a neighbour said he was once locked inside his flat (above) because someone had stuck something into his padlock. ST PHOTOS: KELVIN CHNG

RC volunteers working closely with govt agencies to assist accused housewife and other residents

Grassroots leaders are coordinating efforts with agencies to extend help to residents in a Punggol block where a 51-year-old housewife was accused of harassing her neighbours to the point of driving six households out.

Meanwhile, the police have contacted the woman in question.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 30, 2019, with the headline 'Neighbour woes: Help at hand for residents'. Print Edition | Subscribe