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25 motorcyclists arrested at Tuas Checkpoint for offences including riding without a valid licence

Motorcyclists arrested at Tuas Checkpoint during checks involving about 400 motorcycles

Last weekend, the Traffic Police (TP) conducted an enforcement operation, checking motorcycles passing through the Tuas Checkpoint.

It resulted in 25 motorcyclists being arrested.

Source: Singapore Police Force via The Straits Times

Some of their offences included riding without a valid licence.

400 motorcyclists checked at Tuas Checkpoint on 16 May

The enforcement operation was carried out on 16 May, a Thursday, according to a Singapore Police Force (SPF) statement quoted by The Straits Times (ST).

About 400 motorcyclists were stopped for checks at the Tuas checkpoint.

Source: Google Maps

A photo from the SPF showed a large group of motorcycles waiting to be checked at a lane in the land checkpoint.

Motorcyclists aged 18-38 arrested at Tuas Checkpoint

In total, 25 motorcyclists were nabbed for flouting traffic laws.

They ranged from 18 to 38 years of age and had fallen afoul of the law for offences such as driving without a valid licence and using a motor vehicle without insurance.

Offenders who drive without a valid licence face a fine of up to S$10,000 and/or a prison term of up to three years, SPF said.

Repeat offenders may get a fine of up to S$20,000 and/or a prison term of up to six years.

Their vehicles might also be forfeited.

For using a motor vehicle without insurance, offenders may be fined up to S$1,000 and/or sentenced to up to three months’ jail.

21-year-old man nabbed for allowing another to ride motorbike without licence & insurance

In particular, a 21-year-old man was arrested for permitting another person to ride a motorcycle without a valid licence, and permitting another person to use a vehicle without insurance coverage.

Those convicted of permitting another person to drive without a valid licence may be fined up to S$10,000 and/or jailed for up to three years, SPF said.

Those found guilty of permitting another person to use a motor vehicle without insurance may be fined up to S$1,000 and/or jailed for up to three months.

MS News has reached out to the SPF for more information.

Enforcement operation at Woodlands Checkpoint in March

In 21 March, the TP conducted an enforcement operation near the Woodlands Checkpoint. This was a collaboration with the National Environment Agency (NEA) and Land Transport Authority (LTA).

They stopped 269 motorcycles in total, according to a news release from the SPF.

Source: Singapore Police Force

During the operation, 23 motorcyclists were found to be riding without a valid licence and insurance.

One of them was also arrested for drunken driving, while another was arrested for cheating by personation.

“Cheating by personation” is when an offender cheats by pretending to be some other person, by knowingly substituting one person for another, or by representing that he or any other person is a person other than he or such other person really is, according to the Penal Code.

NEA issued 39 summonses for offences that involved vehicular smoke and excessive noise emission.

LTA issued 31 summonses for offences such as:

  • improper number plates
  • expired vehicle entry permit
  • expired road tax
  • expired insurance

Also read: 66 Motorcyclists Fined Near Woodlands Checkpoint For Excessive Noise Emissions & Improper Licence Plates

66 Motorcyclists Fined Near Woodlands Checkpoint For Excessive Noise Emissions & Improper Licence Plates

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Featured image adapted from Singapore Police Force via The Straits Times and Google Maps.

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¡Otra vez la rutina de apagones! Estos son los horarios establecidos para cortes de luz en seis provincias del Ecuador, este 27 de mayo

La Corporación Nacional de Electricidad (CNEL) nuevamente anunció apagones programados, los cuales se harán efectivos este 27 de mayo.

Los cortes de luz están dispuestos para seis provincias del país. La causa tiene que ver con trabajos de mantenimiento, informó CNEL.

Las provincias, detallando los cantones, que soportarán apagones son: Guayas, Sucumbíos, Bolívar, Esmeraldas, Los Ríos y El Oro.

  • Estos son los cantones del Ecuador con cortes de luz programados este 26 de mayo

27 de mayo: Horarios de cortes de luz

Guayas: Daule y Balzar

CNEL

Guayas: Samborondón

CNEL

Guayas: Samborondón segunda parte

CNEL

Guayas: Samborondón tercera parte

CNEL

Sucumbíos y Bolívar

CNEL

Esmeraldas y Los Ríos

CNEL

El Oro

CNEL

(I)

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12 people injured after Qatar Airways flight hit by turbulence, lands safely as scheduled

Qatar Airways flight QR017 hit by turbulence, met by emergency services in Dublin Airport

Five days after a Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight was hit by severe turbulence, another flight has had a similarly frightening experience.

This time, 12 people were injured after a Qatar Airways flight experienced turbulence.

Source: Qatar Airways on Facebook

The plane landed safely in Dublin as scheduled.

Qatar Airways plane experienced turbulence while flying over Turkey

The Qatar Airways flight hit by turbulence was QR017 from Doha to Dublin, revealed Dublin Airport in a post on X on Sunday (26 May).

Source: Dublin Airport on X

The plane experienced turbulence while flying over Turkey, the airport said.

It caused six passengers and six crew members to be injured.

Plane arrived in Dublin as scheduled

According to flight-tracking website FlightRadar24, the plane, a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, took off from Doha on Sunday morning.

Within two hours of its journey, it started flying over Turkey.

Source: FlightRadar24.com on Facebook

Despite the turbulence, it arrived in Dublin on schedule after a flight time of six hours and 49 minutes.

Dublin Airport said it landed shortly before 1pm local time, safely as scheduled.

It was met by emergency services, including Airport Police and the Fire and Rescue department.

Source: RTÉ News on X

Eight passengers taken to hospital

In an update on X, Dublin Airport said all the passengers on QR017 were assessed for injuries before they disembarked.

While 12 people on board were reported to be injured, only eight passengers were taken to hospital.

Qatar Airways’ return flight to Doha, QR018, will operate as normal but would be delayed, the airport said.

FlightRadar24 showed that QR018 took off more than one hour later than scheduled.

Flight operations at Dublin Airport were unaffected by the incident and continued as normal, the airport added.

The airport is providing full assistance on the ground to passengers and crew members.

Passengers describe ‘scary’ experience

A few passengers on board were reportedly disturbed by the incident.

When interviewed by Ireland’s RTÉ News, a female passenger described it as “very scary” and “the worst experience… on an airplane” after “flying back and forth for years”.

Source: RTÉ News on X

Another passenger said the plane dipped for about five seconds, throwing the flight attendant into the air.

A woman confirmed that the flight attendant “went into the air”.

Source: RTÉ News on X

Other flight attendants had scratches on their faces and were putting ice on their wounds. One girl had a sling on her arm, she said.

There was also a “look of panic everywhere”, she added.

A male passenger said he was having dinner when his meal came off his lap, adding:

Food (was) all over the plane, on the ceiling, everywhere.

He also showed the reporter that a huge hole had been torn in his pants.

Source: RTÉ News on X

The whole situation was “just atrocious”, he said. “Never again.”

Mr Adam Dalton, a game developer from Dublin, said on X that he felt like he was on a rollercoaster.

Source: @robotiguy on X

Though the incident lasted about three to five seconds, it was “a bit of a shock”, with food and drink spilling everywhere.

Source: @robotiguy on X

Tom, a sales manager also from Dublin, said the pilot was slow to explain what happened and kept going on towards Dublin.

Source: @mal_toa on X

However, the stewards were “great” after the initial panic had passed.

He added that the turbulence struck about an hour after take-off.

Qatar Airways doesn’t mention turbulence, says injuries are minor

In a statement on X, Qatar Airways confirmed that QR017 had landed safely in Dublin, without mentioning the turbulence.

Source: @qatarairways on X

The airline also said that “a small number” of passengers and crew had sustained injuries during the flight but described their injuries as “minor”.

They are receiving medical attention, it added, noting:

The matter is now subject to an internal investigation. The safety and security of our passengers and crew are our top priority.

Also read: SQ321 aircraft flies back to Singapore from Bangkok 5 days after severe turbulence

SQ321 aircraft flies back to Singapore from Bangkok 5 days after severe turbulence

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Featured image adapted from RTÉ News on X.

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Impactante accidente interrumpió el GP de Mónaco de la Fórmula 1: Este es el estado del piloto "Checo" Pérez, un protagonista del incidente (VIDEO)

El Gran Premio de Mónaco, el octavo del Mundial de Fórmula Uno, fue interrumpido por un accidente que afectó a varios pilotos. El incidente ocurrió este 26 de mayo en las calles de la Costa Azul.

Los involucrados en el suceso fueron el mexicano Sergio Pérez, cuyo Red Bull perdió las dos ruedas delanteras, y los Haas de Kevin Magnussen y Nico Hulkenberg.

En las cuentas oficiales de la Fórmula 1 se publicaron imágenes del coche que conducía “Checo” Pérez. El vehículo estaba con destrozos totales.

El accidente se habría desembocado luego de que Magnussen embistiera por detrás al RB20 del mexicano, que a su vez tocó el Haas de Hülkenberg.

Cranes lifting cars, marshals clearing the track

The clear up continues#F1 #MonacoGP pic.twitter.com/heuNuToKYN

— Formula 1 (@F1) May 26, 2024

Sergio Perez’in aracından kaza anı. #Formula1
pic.twitter.com/g2NoM3yFkj

— BPT (@bpthaber) May 26, 2024

  • Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera vuelve al octágono para enfrentarse contra un excampeón de la UFC

¿Hay afectados por el accidente?

El infortunio en la competencia no dejó heridos ni vidas humanas que lamentar. El estado de “Checo” Pérez alivió a sus fanáticos, ya que el piloto no evidenciaba señales de fracturas o lesiones de gravedad.

Previo al accidente, el monegasco Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), que salía desde la ‘pole’, lideraba la carrera por delante del australiano Oscar Piastri (McLaren). (D) 

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SQ321 aircraft flies back to Singapore from Bangkok 5 days after severe turbulence

SQ321 aircraft flies back to Singapore from Bangkok

Five days after turbulence hit Singapore-bound flight SQ321, forcing it to make an emergency stop in Bangkok, the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft made its return to Singapore on Sunday (26 May).

Singapore Airlines (SIA) confirmed with The Straits Times (ST) that the aircraft, 9V-SWM, was cleared to depart by relevant authorities.

The aircraft has also been renamed SQ9071.

Aircraft from SQ321 turbulence returns to Singapore from Bangkok

Channel NewsAsia (CNA) reports that the aircraft had flown back to Singapore, and this was confirmed by SIA.

Source: CBS Austin

Flightradar24 noted that the plane — renamed SQ9071 — departed Bangkok at 10.49am, local time.

The record further noted that the plane landed in Singapore at 1.39pm.

The only previous flight record for SQ9071 was a relief flight from Singapore to Bangkok on 22 May, following the turbulence on SQ321.

“SIA obtained the necessary approvals from the relevant authorities in Singapore and Thailand, the investigators, and the aircraft manufacturer, and the aircraft was cleared by our Engineering and Flight Operations teams, before departure,” SIA told CNA.

53 passengers, 1 crew member still in Bangkok

As of Saturday (25 May), 53 passengers from SQ321 and one crew member are still in Bangkok.

That figure includes 43 passengers and one crew member receiving medical treatment in the hospital, according to SIA in an update.

“Singapore Airlines has been in contact with passengers and crew members who were on SQ321, including those who are still in Bangkok. Where requested, we have facilitated travel to Bangkok for their families and loved ones,” SIA added.

“The well-being of our passengers and staff is our utmost priority. SIA is fully cooperating with the relevant authorities in the investigation into this incident.”

SQ321 experienced severe turbulence

On 21 May, SIA confirmed that SQ321, which was en-route from London to Singapore, had faced severe turbulence, forcing it to make an emergency landing in Bangkok.

One passenger died following the turbulence, which occurred shortly after lunch was served.

Meanwhile, several passengers and crew members received medical treatment in Bangkok.

22 people suffered spinal injuries, and another six had skull or brain injuries.

Since the incident, SIA has reviewed its flight protocols and banned flight meals when the seatbelt sign is on.

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Featured image adapted from CBS Austin.

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MOH urges seniors to get additional vaccinations after Covid-19 hospitalisation cases surged to 280

MOH urges seniors to get additional vaccinations after Covid-19 surge

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has urged seniors to get additional vaccinations after Covid-19 hospitalisations surged to 280 cases in the past week.

To make it easier for people to get vaccinated, MOH is deploying mobile vaccination teams at 13 sites across the country from 24 May to 28 June. These sites will last three days each and will offer the updated versions of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

Vaccinations urged by MOH amid Covid-19 surge

At the Kaki Bukit Health Fiesta on 25 May, Minister for Health Ong Ye Kung urged people to protect themselves from Covid-19. This call comes amidst a Covid-19 surge that has hospitalised about 280 people in the past week.

Source: Ong Ye Kung on Facebook

According to The Straits Times, there were around 250 hospitalisations from 5-11 May. That number is an increase from the previous week when it was at 181.

This wave of Covid-19 infections in Singapore is primarily driven by the KP.1 and KP.2 sub-variants. These variants are responsible for around two-thirds of the infections, but MOH has noted that there is no indication that KP.1 and KP.2 are more transmissible or cause more damage than other strains.

In the week of 5 to 11 May, the estimated number of Covid-19 cases has doubled to 25,900, prompting many residents to stock up on ART test kits.

Mobile vaccination teams deployed across the nation

To help make it easier for people to get vaccinated, MOH will deploy mobile vaccination teams across 13 sites. These mobile vaccination sites will take place from 24 May until 28 June, with each site lasting three days.

Source: Wikimedia Commons

These sites will include networks and pavilions in Ang Mo Kio, Bedok, and Bukit Merah. The vaccines offered will be the updated versions of Pfizer and Moderna.

The sites will be open from 9am-11:30am and 1pm-5pm.

Mobile vaccination sites

The vaccination sites according to MOH are as follows:

Site Address Date
Pavilion @ 9 Toh Yi Drive 9 Toh Yi Drive, Singapore 590009 24-26 May
Pavilion @ 50 Dorset 50 Dorset Road, Singapore 210050 24-26 May
Pavilion @ 509 Bishan Street 11 509 Bishan Street 11, Singapore 570509 24-26 May
Ansar Residents’ Committee 32 Chai Chee Avenue, #01-218 Ansar Garden, Singapore 461032 28-30 May
Nanyang Zone 2 Residents’ Network 938 Jurong West Street 91, #01-393 Nanyang Ruby, Singapore 640938 30 May – 1 June
Chong Pang Amphitheatre 105 Yishun Ring Road, Singapore 760105 (Beside Blk 105 Chong Pang Hawker Centre) 31 May – 2 June
Ang Mo Kio – Hougang Maple Residents’ Network 686 Hougang Street 61, #01-170, Singapore 530686 4-6 June
Pavilion @ 58 Bedok 58 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 461058 7-9 June
Balam Residents’ Committee 31 Balam Road, #01-109, Singapore 370031 10-12 June
Pavilion @ Blk 1 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh 1 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310001 14-16 June
Teban Place Residents’ Network 20 Teban Garden Road, #01-107, Singapore 600020 19-21 June
Pavilion @ 698A Jurong West Central 698A Jurong West Central 3, Singapore 641698 21-23 June
Bukit Merah View Zone A Residents’ Committee 119 Bukit Merah View, #01-61, Singapore 152119 26-28 June

Also read: S’pore Can Withstand Covid-19 Wave But People Should Continue Taking Vaccines: Ong Ye Kung

S’pore Can Withstand Covid-19 Wave But People Should Continue Taking Vaccines: Ong Ye Kung

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Featured image from Ong Ye Kung on Facebook and Wikimedia Commons. 

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Keanu Reeves look-alike goes viral in Thailand, does odd jobs like dish washing and selling street food

Keanu Reeves look-alike in Thailand draws crowds while doing odd jobs

Clips of a Keanu Reeves look-alike in Thailand have become wildly popular in Thailand. In the clips, the unidentified foreign man is seen doing odd jobs like selling Thai tea at a night market or washing dishes from a street food stall.

@tuktiklife

#thailand #nakhonnayok #handsome บาริสต้าค่ะ

♬ Beautiful Things – Benson Boone

Netizens have speculated if this was John Wick taking on a new mission in Thailand. Or perhaps he was just finally settling down and retiring there.

John Wick look-alike takes photos with locals

Over the past week, TikTok user @tuktiklife has posted several clips of a Keanu Reeves look-alike who has taken Thai netizens by storm.

He was first spotted at a local mall taking photos with locals. As if not endearing enough, he even returned their wais (Thai greeting) with a native-like form.

Source: @tuktiklife on TikTok

The next few clips have him donning traditional Thai costumes akin to John Wick disguising himself for an assassination mission.

His tall stature, long hair, and signature John Wick beard have turned the Keanu look-alike into an instant local attraction.

Using his skills to do local gigs

But his popularity online really took off when he started doing odd jobs that were seemingly out of character for the assassin persona.

Source: @tuktiklife on TikTok

In one clip, he can be seen brewing a local Thai tea at a night market. In another, he can be seen arriving on a motorcycle to cook octopus to sell as street food. And in yet another clip, he was even seen sitting in a small chair and washing the dishes.

While the real Keanu might be busy shooting movies in LA, his look-alike, who remains unidentified, has stolen Thai hearts.

MS News has reached out to the OP for more information.

Also read: New Bacteria Named After Keanu Reeves Proves Fatal Against Fungus Infections

New Bacteria Named After Keanu Reeves Proves Fatal Against Fungus Infections

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Featured image adapted from @tuktiklife on TikTok. 

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Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera vuelve al octágono para enfrentarse contra un excampeón de la UFC

Tras la pelea que tuvo con Sean O’Malley por el UFC 299,  se pudo conocer que Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera volverá nuevamente al octágono.

El viernes 24 de mayo, anunciaron que el tricolor tiene pactado un duelo contra un rival brasileño. Se trata de Deiveson Figueiredo, excampeón del mundo de UFC que comparte el décimo puesto del ranking junto a ‘Chito’.

El combate por las 135 libras se desarrollaría el próximo 03 de agosto en Medio Oriente, específicamente en el Etihad Arena de Abu Dhabi.

El oriundo de Chone no confirmó la noticia todavía, pero en sus redes sociales dio algunas señales de que está listo para un nuevo combate y tomarse revancha de la dura caída en Miami, ocurrida el pasado 09 de marzo.

Vía: Instagram @chitoveraufc

  • Las importantes personalidades nacionales e internacionales que alentaron al ‘Chito’ Vera previo a su pelea contra Sean O’Malley

Figueiredo, un duro reto para el ‘Chito’

El peleador brasileño, contra el ecuatoriano, buscará mantener el invicto desde que ascendió al peso gallo en 2023. “Actualmente, (Figueiredo) sostiene una marca 2-0 en la división, con victorias sobre Rob Font y Cody Garbrandt”, reseña Primicias. (D)

Deiveson Figueiredo will look to make it 3-0 at 135 pounds against Chito Vera on “Fight Island.” 🔥

Details ➡ pic.twitter.com/SnK1uvrprh

— MMA Junkie (@MMAJunkie) May 25, 2024

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Man from Cameroon forges S’pore Sports Hub staff passes to enter Bruno Mars concert, gets 10 weeks’ jail

Man enters Bruno Mars concert with forged staff passes

On Friday (24 May), 23-year-old Karl Phillippe Njiomo Tengueu from Cameroon was sentenced to 10 weeks in jail after entering a Bruno Mars concert with faked staff passes at the Singapore Sports Hub venue on 3 April.

Tengueu flew from Cameroon to watch American singer Bruno Mars’s show in Singapore without a ticket.

He faked a staff pass and deceived multiple security officers to eventually access the VIP section.

The offender received a 10-week sentence after he pleaded guilty to three charges including forgery and cheating.

Three more charges were also considered during sentencing.

Tengueu secretly takes video of staff passes on 2 April

Channel NewsAsia reported that Tengueu had come to Singapore to watch the Bruno Mars concert.

However, he did have a ticket as they were already sold out.

On 2 April, Tengueu strolled around Singapore Sports Hub and saw some people with Sports Hub staff passes were allowed to get into the concert venue.

Coming up with a plan to enter the concert, Tengueu started talking to some staff employees and secretly taking videos of their passes.

The court videos revealed that the staff members interacted with Tengueu without any suspicion.

After taking videos of the passes, Tengueu took screenshots from the videos and photoshopped his face and name onto a staff pass.

He then printed many copies at a local printing shop.

He also made a fake VIP ticket for the Bruno Mars concert by printing an image he sourced online.

Source: 8world News

Trespasses Bruno Mars concert after doctoring staff passes

On 3 April, Tengueu disguised himself as an employee by wearing a lanyard with his forged pass and a reflective vest.

Before entering the concert venue, he shared a short video on Instagram, showing his attempt to gain entry without a valid ticket.

Tengueu was allowed to enter without undergoing standard security checks or ticket scans by the security officers.

While he was in the venue, he attempted to enter the VIP area but was stopped by a security guard who asked if he was authorised to get into the area.

Tengueu lied that he was by claiming his faked staff pass.

The guard took a photo of his forged pass before letting him in.

bruno mars staff passes

Source: @brunomars on Instagram

After the concert, the security officer found that Tengueu’s pass was forged, so he searched for him but couldn’t locate him.

Singapore Sports Hub officers were given instructions to watch for Tengueu on the following days of the concert.

On 5 April, Tengueu was finally detained by officers after trying to re-enter the stadium using his same forged pass.

23-year-old man from Cameroon pleads guilty in Singapore court

The prosecution asked for Tengueu to be jailed for 14 to 18 weeks because he went to great lengths to sneak into the venue without permission.

Tengueu’s actions were described as premeditated and planned.

“The fact that he was spreading his method of trespassing into the National Stadium on social media speaks further to the potential damage done to the security of such large-scale events,” said DDP Yu, reports the Strait Times.

“[Especially] If more were to emulate his actions of flippantly flouting security checks and cheating his way into venues that he is otherwise not authorised to enter,” the DDP emphasised.

Tengueu was sentenced to 10 weeks in jail after pleading guilty to three charges including criminal trespass, forgery and cheating, with three more charges considered during sentencing.

Also read: Man forges Bruno Mars VIP concert ticket & Sports Hub staff pass, faces up to 10 years’ jail

Man forges Bruno Mars VIP concert ticket & Sports Hub staff pass, faces up to 10 years’ jail

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Featured image adapted from 8world News and @brunomars on Instagram.

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¡Récord Guinness para Portoviejo por preparar el viche más grande del mundo! (FOTOS)

La Universidad San Gregorio, ubicada en Portoviejo, se convirtió en el escenario, donde chefs profesionales lograron un récord Guinnes por la preparación del viche más grande del mundo. Lo conseguido tuvo lugar este sábado 25 de mayo de 2024.

El tradicional platillo manabita fue preparado con un aproximado de 1.500 kilogramos de ingredientes como: pescado, verde, maní, cebolla, pimiento y fréjol.

Para hacer realidad el viche más grande del mundo hubo  una inversión de USD 50.000. El Municipio de Portoviejo aportó en dicha iniciativa.

Un grupo de adjudicadores de la organización Guinness World Records estuvieron presentes para certificar que se cumpliera con la meta.

  • Portoviejo planea adjudicarse el Récord Guinness del “viche más grande del mundo”: ¿Cuándo será el evento?

Vigilancia de entes de control en la preparación del viche más grande del mundo

La Agencia Nacional de Regulación, Control y Vigilancia Sanitaria (Arcsa), mediante su cuenta X,  informó que sus técnicos supervisaron la preparación de lo que sería el viche más grande del mundo, con el fin de que se cumplan buenas prácticas higiénicas. (I)

¡Vigilamos la seguridad en #ElVicheMásGrandeDelMundo! 🍲

Nuestros técnicos supervisan las buenas prácticas higiénicas y manipulación de ingredientes en la cocción de este típico platillo, que busca romper un récord mundial en #Portoviejo. #ArcsaControla ✅ pic.twitter.com/0s9TftokfG

— Arcsa Ecuador (@Arcsa_Ec) May 25, 2024

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