The advertisement on the left was spotted in Pg 27 of today's New Paper. Considering that the publisher of this newspaper is a very respectable company that also publishes the mainstream Straits Times, the typographical error is hard to accept, just like mistaking "cavalry" for "calvary" (or even worse, "chivalry").
Perhaps what made the error even more glaring was that the advertisement was put up by Radio 91.3 which "is managed by SPH Unionworks, a subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings".
I don't know why but there seems to be more such errors occurring in the New Paper as compared to the Straits Times. A case of double standards perhaps?