Joshua Robinson

Take a good look at this face, and burn it into your memory.

Joshua Robinson, you champion, man.

You is the can.

I tabik you lah!

You were caught with 321 films – believed to be the largest number of such films seized from a single person in Singapore – containing child pornography featuring children as young as two years old.

You pleaded guilty to having unprotected sex with two 15-year-old girls and for showing an obscene video of yourself “in action” to a six-year-old, while her father was in the same room.

And you only got four years; no caning.

Minus the public holidays and possibly “discount” for good behavior, you’ll be out walking our streets again, in no time, after being a “guest” of our government.

That’s why I say you champion.

You were a celebrated poster boy for Contact Singapore, whose mission includes bringing global talent to work in Singapore; you were touted as its poster boy.

Being a MMA trainer is considered a talent?

Well, what do I know…

In a promotional video made for Contact Singapore, you can be heard saying, “Life in Singapore, to me, feels really easy.”

Sure, sure.

So darn easy, isn’t it?

Well, they say sex predators like you are despised even by the worst of criminals and you will get your comeuppance in jail.

Heard they gonna tear you a new one, Josh!

Kinda sad that some people look to other criminals to exact revenge that the law (ie, society) is unable to impose. I don’t condone taking the law into our own hands, of course. But if any harm should befall you, I guess your martial arts skills will come in handy, Josh. 

Good luck!

Please introduce me to your lawyer, by the way.

I could surely use him!

Such heinous crimes but despite the huge public outcry and a petition that has garnered tens of thousands of signatures, the law has proven rather ineffective against scumbags like you.

Let your lawyer be my lawyer cos I too am gonna do my crime and enjoy “life in Singapore…really easy” as you did and still do.

An easy life in Singapore shouldn’t be a privilege reserved only for non-Singaporeans like you.

I will escape the rotan anyway – they don’t cane anyone above 50.

Meantime enjoy our hospitality.

Hope you won’t have problems walking haha.

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