【看CP學英文】新加坡口罩販售商淡馬錫基金會 (Temasek Foundation) 近期獲得民眾舉報有一隻「貓」似乎被困在販賣機中，然結局曝光後讓網友笑翻。
A Singapore mask distributor, the Temasek Foundation, recently received a report that a cat was seemingly stuck in their face mask vending machine.
The truth, however, turned out to be slightly less dramatic.
According to Temasek Foundation CEO Ho Ching’s Facebook post, a concerned resident reported on Saturday that a cat appeared to be in one of their vending machines, alarming staff.
The local operation team immediately set out to investigate the issue.
Upon arrival, staff on the ground took photos and sent them back to the center for verification.
They added in their report that it didn’t look like a cat as there were “no body, no head and no smell.”
After reviewing the photos, senior technicians quickly realized that what residents thought was a furry cat’s tail was actually a prop stick.
The purpose of the device was to prevent the reflection of signals from both drop sensors, which could cause interference.
The funny incident caught the attention of social media users who jokingly praised the responsible ground staff who reported there was “no smell” of a cat.
The Temasek Foundation which provides free, reusable face masks to Singapore citizens has conducted its fourth round of distribution since the COVID-19 outbreak began.