All You Need To Know About The Killer Clown Craze

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*WARNING: Scary Clown Images Ahead*

Okay let’s all admit that clowns can be super scary (even when they don’t mean to be). It’s something about all the layers of makeup that hide the true emotions of the person and they end up looking permanently happy, in a distorted sort of way.

Clown hysteria has started to spread throughout US with multiple clowns spotted in Australia and New Zealand as well. These killer clowns initially started out as prank videos on YouTube but things have escalated quickly and it has turned into a frenzy. No one has been hurt till now but several people are facing felony charges in Alabama due to terrorist threats related to clown activities.


With stories of “killer clowns” luring children into the woods and jumping up in front of cars on deserted streets, it sure seems like a nightmare that I would NOT want to live.

This issue has gotten so out of hand that it caught the attention of federal authorities in a White House news conference. Josh Earnest, White House press secretary, told  a reporter “Obviously, this is a situation that law enforcement is taking quite seriously”. Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts went on lockdown after reports of an armed clown, spotted on campus, made the rounds. This turned out to be a hoax that the police are still investigating. Whether as a prank or not, causing terror behind a mask is no joke and it’s definitely NOT funny anymore.


Anyone wondering if this ‘movement’ will make an appearance in Singapore? Only if the clowns have a death wish!

With a super responsive and efficient police team, anyone trying this prank out in Singapore is sure to get arrested without a doubt. We have army trained men all around us who WILL punch a clown if they have to! So yea…killer clowns stay away. Also, I am terrified of clowns, so please let’s not make this a thing in Singapore.

Skip to 2:30 to see what would probably happen to “killer clowns” in Singapore.


Pranks can be fun but it is essential to know the thin line between a prank and a CUT-IT-OUT-IT’S-NOT-FUNNY-ANYMORE!


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