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You would imagine that someone driving a Toyota Alphard would have greater spatial awareness?

You would imagine that someone driving a Toyota Alphard would have greater spatial awareness?



We have spotted an inconsiderate driver who spends their weekends with their family on the famous dim sum restaurant, Red Star restaurant at Chin Swee Road.






Image Credit: http://www.maksinwee.com/2017/03/red-star-restaurant-dim-sum-singapore.html

According to Alex Wong from SG Road Vigilante, a Toyota Alphard was spotted taking two lots in front of the restaurant.


And here are some of the notable comments on Facebook. 





Let's be gracious and take this opportunity to remind ourselves not to make the same mistake as this Toyota Alphard owner. I hope everyone manages to find a parking lot that day while enjoying the dim sum at red star restaurant. 🙂


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I always drop my passengers who might have difficulty moving around near to the entrance of our destination. So I do not subscribe to the notion that there might be a handicapped pax in the Alphard. 

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This is really an official article from MCF team? 

A new low from porky pig look-alike SPH.

Come on guys, I'm sure you can find better things to write about and get views.

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What kind of article is this? You want to complain car parking of recommend the dim sum place?

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3 hours ago, Pocus said:

What kind of article is this? You want to complain car parking of recommend the dim sum place?

I thought it was just a very shitty article but after your post, I think you are right.

Maybe some form of guerilla marketing.

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Why mask the car number? 

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he got a handicap sticker though...

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