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This issue was picked up by local papers later that week, and it sparked fierce debate online. Some netizens went as far as making calls for people to boycott the shopping mall. COULD THIS HAPPEN TO SINGAPORE IN THE FUTURE? PHOTO CREDIT: PEOPLE.CREIGHTON.EDU While the mall's management explained that the ban was imposed in light of shoppers' complaints about workers washing their tools in the sink, many still think that the ban is discriminatory. Transient Workers Count Too executive committee member Debbie Fordyce feels that an absolute ban is a disproportionate response. She said : "If the complaints are that they are making the floor dirty, they're not doing it because they're sloppier people. It's just the nature of their work. They were asked to work in that area and they have the same physical needs that other people do. "They could just have easily have put up signs...

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