ukdesigner wrote:just out of sheer curiosity, what would happen if they wanted to test you (and you're positive for weed) but you'd just got off a plane from Amsterdam? It's not like you did the smoking in Singapore but did them where they're legally and freely available.
I understand their penalties are serious here but surely they can't do you for smoking it abroad where it's legalised. Here yes. There no!
I guess SC means Singapore citizen. And doesn't PR mean that you have the Singaporean citizenship as well? What's the difference then? Being born somewhere else and becoming Singaporean later?x9200 wrote:Just read my message above - you will be convicted if you are a SC or PR. If on any other visa/permit, you'll be fine.
ukdesigner's question is interesting indeed. But I'm wondering if there is any difference at all between smoking weed in the Netherlands where it is legal or any other country where it is not legal. Following the explanation of x9200, either way it should not be an issue of Singaporean law if you are not SC/PR, right?
By the way: Worthless postings like these should be deleted without comment:
dazzlebabe wrote:This poster is trying to find a dealer the stupid way and telling the CNB who to nail during the next raid.
On a side note, (sorry to hijack your post) how come no one knows where to get ginger beer in Singapore??
blogtowkay wrote:hey dude, drugs r not cool.