Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg A polytechnic student in Singapore has pleaded guilty to four charges of making explosives without a licence, committing a rash act with a dangerous substance likely to cause hurt or injury to others, and abetting such an act, CNA reported. Another three charges will also be considered when he is sentenced in June 2022. He cannot be named as he was under 18 when he committed the offences. The Children and Young Persons Act bans the identification of such young offenders. What happened In April 2019, during the Covid-19 circuit breaker period, the then-17-year-old allegedly detonated two “sparkler bombs” while at the beach area along East Coast Parkway, according to The Straits Times . After placing one of them on a raised platform, he told his friend to light it up and throw it towards the sea. His friend obliged, and the teen recorded the explosion, subsequently uploading a video on his Instagram account. The device is reported to have emitted a series of flashes, and an explosion was also heard in the footage. Built improvised pipe bombs Between May and June 2020, he started building improvised pipe bombs and purchased… Read full this story
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