Close to 1,000 people turned up for a social experiment at Resorts World Sentosa on Saturday evening.
Organised by social collective The Hidden Good and supported by the Singapore Kindness Movement, the experiment involved random strangers turning up at a pre-determined public location and time, downloading an MP3 file and following the instructions delivered to their headphones via a narrator called “Ah Meng”.
In the six-minute video above, mainly teens and young adults congregate at two RWS locations, the Waterfront and behind the Lake of Dreams, armed with their plugged-in smartphones. They then download an MP3 file and press play at the agreed time of 6pm.
The result? Fun, crazy scenes and laughter as the participants mix with an unsuspecting public, who are trying to figure out what the hell is going on.
The video, uploaded on Saturday evening, has since been viewed over 12,000 times, and has generally been positively received.
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