Singapore: Managements, police warn of ‘condo-crashing’

Condominiums boast luxurious facilities meant for their residents and their guests. Some even have large swimming pools and washrooms rivalling that of five-star hotels.  But a new trend is worrying the managements of some condominiums here.  “Condo-crashing”, which entails members of the public entering the private premises to use the facilities, has led to some condominium managements taking extra security measures.    Read the article……………


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