Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam (aka General Obvious) said, "I think it's a bad idea in any country to break into ambassador's residences. No different in Singapore. Case closed. They have been asked to leave."
He should have said, "Period."
The two men were with Korean Broadcasting System News. The arrest came Friday and the outlet apologized for the incident in its Friday evening newscast. The men were not accredited as media personnel in Singapore.
An additional KBS journalist and interpreter are also under investigation. They could receive up to 3 months in prison and a fine of 1,500 Singapore dollars [roughly $4.54 U.S.].
Shanmugam said that authorities had to prevent three or four people from entering the country prior to President Trump's and Kim Jong un's meeting.
Immigration authorities on Saturday turned away "someone from a regional country" who for some unknown reason was found to be visiting suicide bombing websites. [And the Ramadan Bomb-a-thon is getting underway all across the Middle East].
Zaky Mallah of Australia, the first Australian charged under its anti-terrorism act, was also prevented from entering the city-state on Thursday due to his desire to kill all non-Muslims to make the world right for Allah, and His "muscle" Mohammed. The Zakster would earn "extra credit" in Jannah if he could kill President Trump and Kim Jong un.
Extra credit in Jannah is 144 virgins instead of the standard 72, which would 'double his pleasure.'
Singapore, keep it up, you're doing a good job.