It's a letter and it says:
You wrote about my movie Ah Boy to Frogman now I want to tell you and your diver friend about the story of the C.B. Bear Pls call my number (65) 6509 8056.
It's unsigned with no return address.
It's obviously regarding my March 30 New Paper column about Jack Neo's upcoming movie Ah Boys To Frogmen, but I honestly don't know what to make of the letter.
Is it a threat? A prank? And what is "the C.B. Bear"?
The "I LOVE YOU" stamp on the envelope just confuses me even more.
It's postmarked April 10, so the letter took a week to reach me.
I asked a colleague who knows Jack Neo personally if there's any chance the letter could be from him. She scoffed and said either I see Jack "no up or too up" to think that he would bother to respond to my column.
So does anybody want to be a hero and call the number? I know I don't. I give you permission to pretend to be me. Let me know what happens.
And why add (65) to the phone number? If you're writing to someone in Singapore, isn't that kind of redundant?
Actually, why even use snail mail and pay for an "I LOVE YOU" stamp? There's this invention called the Internet...
People are strange.