Jul 5

Orchard Towers murder sole female accused, 22, leaves many thirsty, public interest high



A 31-year-old man died in Orchard Towers on Tuesday morning, July 2, 2019.


Six men and one woman were charged on Thursday, July 4 with his murder.

The accused are:

Tan Sen Yang, 27, Loo Boon Chong, 25, Tan Hong Seng, 22, Joel Tan Yun Sheng, 26, Chan Jia Xing, 26, Ang Da Yuan, 26, and Natalie Siow Yu Zhen, 22.


Charge sheets described the seven accused persons as members of an unlawful assembly.


All seven face one charge of committing murder as members of an unlawful assembly in the prosecution of the common object of the assembly.


If convicted, they could face the death penalty.


All of them remained expressionless when their names were called in court.


Youngest of the lot

The youngest out of the seven is Natalie Siow, who is only 22.


Widespread interest

News coverage of the case and the group’s subsequent arrests have so far been met with widespread interest in Singapore.


This is despite Orchard Towers’ notoriety for recurring vice and criminal activities over the years.


But public interest in this case can be attributed to the relatively young ages of the seven accused persons.


Traction of coverage

Over the course of less than 12 hours, the CNA and Today articles out on July 4 about the accused persons being charged were liked and shared thousands of times.


CNA: Liked and shared close to 12,000 times.


Today: Liked and shared close to 2,800 times.


A CNA video of the van ferrying the accused persons chalked up 50,000 views on YouTube within 11 hours.



Google surge

Starting from July 4, after 6.30am, which was after news coverage of the murder and the arrests broke, Natalie Siow’s name saw an uptick in Google searches.



The full name of Natalie Siow was also picked up by Google Trends, which showed other similar queries for her social media profiles:



Google search in Singapore now automatically completes the search query by suggesting “natalie siow” (even in incognito mode):


More at https://mothership.sg/2019/07/natalie-siow/


Unpixelated photos of chiobu Natalie Siow!




Natalie Siow's Fan Club appears on Zaobao news liao!!!!!!


豪杰大厦命案 女郎被控谋杀 有人办粉丝团声援





Let's all pray for this chiobu to escape the death penalty!!!!


Woah xmm flying kick until her slipper came off, jskm.

LOL now she is even more popular than Natalie Portman WTF



Accused Orchard Towers killer Natalie Siow is amassing an online fan base of besotted fanboys



Natalie Siow Yu Zhen, the young woman who, along with six men, were charged with this week’s grisly murder of a 31-year-old man at Orchard Towers, has apparently become internet famous.


Despite the horrific nature of the crime that Siow stands accused of, the 22-year-old has been amassing a fan base online ever since news outlets revealed the identities of those involved in the murder.


Across local online forums and social media groups like Hardwarezone and Legit Singapore, people have been expressing support and admiration for Zhen, with some even calling for her release.


One Hardwarezone forum user, for instance, wrote: “Release Natalie… freedom and justice for Natalie!!! She is innocent, pure and chio.” For those unfamiliar with the Hokkien word “chio,” it’s used to describe a woman who is pretty and attractive, with some sexual connotation added to it. 


“+1 support Natalie Siow… please give her probation only” another Hardwarezone user wrote.


Siow, along with six men between the ages of 22 and 27, allegedly killed the victim on Tuesday, July 2 a little after 6am at the entrance of Orchard Towers.


The alleged perpetrators were caught on CCTV camera approaching Satheesh Noel Gobidass, the victim, then fleeing the scene following a brief physical scuffle. Following the incident, the victim was found lying unconscious in a pool of blood and sent to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where he was pronounced dead an hour later.


The Hardwarezone forum has even opened threads such as the “[Official] Natalie Siow Yu Zhen Fan Club” to gather Siow’s growing fan base in one conversation, in which personal photos from her social media accounts where shared.

One of her fans, using closed-circuit television footage (CCTV) of the crime, even made a GIF of Siow fleeing the crime scene, captioned with: “red hot chilli pepper.”




It’s twisted AF, yes, and apparently part of a rather common phenomenon in which high profile murderers and convicts attract admiration — especially if the perpetrator(s) in question are conventionally attractive. Notorious serial killer and cult leader Charles Manson got engaged behind bars; Ted Bundy, who confessed to the murder of over 30 people, got hitched and even fathered a child in prison.


Experts believe that social media and the quick, easy spread of information of the internet makes it easier for criminals to develop a fanbase.


Siow, along with the six other suspects, will return to court on July 11, and is currently being remanded at the Central Police Division for investigation without bail, according to Today.


Following that, they will be put through a three-week psychiatric evaluation at the Complex Medical Centre in Changi Prison, during which they won’t be permitted to speak to anyone. They will then be remanded at Changi Prison until the High Court takes over the case.


If convicted, they will face the death penalty.




Well... the fight took place outside the Naughty Girl club, so she was just trying to be a naughty girl herself. :P


Even more photos of Natalie Siow!!!!!!!!







What is her religion? Should go to temple or church to pray for her?



Chillax sis, why so worked up? Your reply entirely in caps is giving me a big headache leh.

@Emboldened how do you even know Nutella Siao likes Hello Kitty in the first place? LMFAO

Jul 5Edited: Jul 5


Orchard Towers Murder Suspect’s Fan Club On HardwareZone Is Everything Wrong About Social Media


When you hear the word “criminal”, you’d probably try to visualise people who look messed up, sinister, and downright shady.


How many of you imagine handsome men, or beautiful women, to fit the label?


Apparently, the idea of an attractive lady being a criminal is so grossly unacceptable, that there’s a fan club for a young woman – freshly charged with murder – denouncing her as a killer.


Enter the “NATALIE SIOW YU ZHEN FAN CLUB”, newly opened as of 11.37am Thursday (4 Jul), on Singapore’s HardwareZone forum.



Ms Siow was among 7 suspects – 6 of whom are men – who were charged for the murder of a man at Orchard Towers.

According to the post, a chio bu – a term famously used by Singaporeans to describe a pretty girl – “cannot be a murderer” and she was just “an innocent bystander.”


Why was she singled out? Presumably because she is the youngest – only 22 – and a good-looking female.


Comments were sexual in nature

As soon as Ms Siow’s picture was posted, lewd comments related to male sexual pleasure quickly followed.


Here’s your official trigger warning as the content is truly disturbing. We are also only featuring these comments to call out this behaviour by netizens who take advantage of the anonymity of the internet to make them.



There were comments made on her physique, complete with ‘score cards’ that show how much they would rate her in terms of attractiveness.




Some also asked for her social media accounts, like Instagram. For what reason, we leave that up to your interpretation.


Others found it hard to believe that a “sweet, pretty, innocent-looking” young girl could turn out to be a murderer.


Charged for murder at Orchard Towers

On Thursday (4 Jul), 7 people were charged with the murder of a man at Orchard Towers.


Six of them were men, which leaves 22-year-old Ms Siow as the last and youngest suspect.


She quickly became an overnight Internet sensation when her name was released to the media along with the other suspects.


People were first intrigued by her young age. But being in the age of Google, her physical features quickly drew online attention at an almost feverish pace.


This is something that neither of the male suspects were subjected to.


Societal bias towards “chiobu” suspects

Sadly, Ms Siow’s case isn’t the first to have happened in Singaporean society.


Just last month, a 29-year-old female teacher was jailed for 2 years 9 months for sexually exploiting a 15-year-old male student. She was 26 when she committed the crime.


Instead of criticising the teacher for inappropriate sexual relations, comments surfaced online saying that they wished they were the student.


Some asked to see a photo of her.

While some wished that their secondary school teacher would’ve done this to them.



Let’s not forget former CHC finance manager Ms Serina Wee, who was just released on 28 Dec last year after serving her 2.5 year jail sentence.


She was found guilty of helping to misappropriate millions in the City Harvest Church case.



When news broke that she was going to be imprisoned for 5 years, people commented that she was “too pretty” for jail.

There’s also comments like this:



We can do better than this

There’s no other way to say it, but it’s evident that we live in a society that objectifies women, especially ones that many find good-looking.


The comments made above are sorely distasteful, to say the least.


We like to think that we live in a society that cultivates mature thinking. Yet when faced with such shocking comments, we take a step back and reevaluate the progress we’ve made so far.


C’mon, it’s 2019. We can be so much better than this. Right?





Jul 5Edited: Jul 5

Oh please Natalie xmm can hardly compare with supreme MILF Serina Wee zeh zeh .......Serina is a goddess who oozes so much poise and elegance - qualities this young ill-bred punk bitch clearly lacks.

Jul 6Edited: Jul 6

HWZ forums are infested with grotesquely fat, juvenile keyboard warriors spotting a median IQ slightly higher than that of the typical spastic individual; any gal seen as mildly attractive will already have them stroking their permanently half flaccid 1.5-inch wieners. Should one of these fucking pathetic losers ever set foot in here I would surely snap his dick into half and have him booted out with a permanent ban.

Jul 6Edited: Jul 6

A-fucking-men brotha, this forum surely doesn't deserve to be polluted by third world garbage EDMWers.

I thought Natalie = 奶大粒 ? How come she looks so flat-chested?

A photo taken of Natalie Siow quite sometime back shows her as the sweet girl next door.........that was before she mixed with the wrong company and turned rotten.





She looked so angelic and innocent here sia, it's really a good life utterly destroyed sigh.

Jul 9

@Macron-omics Can't even begin to imagine how heartbroken her parents must be right now.

Heard Nat was from ITE or something?

Think it's ITE College East? Cannot confirm though.

Jul 10Edited: Jul 10

Natalie brought back to murder scene! Damn the massive headlights on the dino-bu police officer are really distracting, just saying.





Jul 10

LMFAO this FB comment is really super facepalm.....



Jul 10Edited: Jul 10












Jul 10

Photos of another murder suspect brought back to the crime scene, if anybody is even interested to view.




Camera footage of the murder from a different angle:


I think the first court hearing for Natalie+gang will happen tomorrow?


Murder charges withdrawn for three men allegedly linked to Orchard Towers death



SINGAPORE - Three men in a group of seven charged with the murder of a man at Orchard Towers on July 2 were given a discharge amounting to an acquittal on Thursday (July 11).


Tan Hong Sheng, 22, Loo Boon Chong, 25, and Chan Jia Xing, 26, had their charges reclassified to that of consorting with a person carrying an offensive weapon in a public place.


Accused parties given a discharge amounting to an acquittal cannot be charged again with the same offence.


More at https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/murder-charges-withdrawn-for-three-men-allegedly-linked-to-orchard-towers



Jul 11

So Natalie is still charged with murder? Look at what this bitch insinuated..........


Jul 11

@西廠 Think this Nepalese Ladee can get ready to be sued by Natalie's family for shooting her mouth off.


According to court documents, they were allegedly found in the company of Tan Sen Yang, 27, who is said to have had a foldable “kerambit” knife in his possession at the Naughty Girl Club on the second storey of Orchard Towers at 5.46am on July 2. The weapon is a curved knife resembling a claw.
Jul 11Edited: Jul 11


Why the Karambit is the deadliest melee weapon


The technique of the karambit is heavily focused on striking the weak points of the human body, slicing through the muscles, tendons and ligaments from the knee and elbow, instantly disabling the victim. This is a very effective technique because of the curved blade. Because of this, the karambit is considered to be one of the deadliest melee weapons.




I thought Monica Baey was the most infamous female Sinkie of the year, turns out 奶大粒 completely stole her thunder!

Look at what this fucktard over at HWZ's EDMW section posted.



Jul 15

LMFAO @ chio bu don't pang sai......

Jul 17

Natalie is A-cupper can work as FL? At discounted rate siboh?

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