Jump to content

Motorcycles parked along walkway, netizens speculate why these bikes aren't fined!

Motorcycles parked along walkway, netizens speculate why these bikes aren't fined!

Sign in to follow this  
chitchatboy

1,058 views

Posted by the people of SG Road Vigilante are photos of some bikes parked along the pavement of Ang Mo Kio Ave 9, near the Yio Chu Kang Sport Complex.

109733212_3140707022690660_1972462514202199488_n.jpg.605dd520d3ff1b80e3a77373624bf111.jpg

110303223_3140707139357315_5589107369104393459_n.jpg.4a00121991772af6ee92f93a4409550a.jpg

The photos, which showed quite a few bikes on the pavement, were taken on the 20th of July and captured the bikes all parked neatly on the side of the pavement. 

110946877_3140706759357353_7271833260852699523_n.jpg.d655bb293548022b3b36289bb76cece1.jpg

Despite the many available parking lots in the carpark which the bikes were already in, the owners of the bikes were said to have parked it on the pavement instead as they wanted their bikes to be in the shade.

186812781_Screenshot2020-07-21at5_21_35PM.png.0114f62799f5837f0b27aee08d633173.png

253225965_Screenshot2020-07-21at5_22_10PM.png.c0597885a3a92c4cfbc3407eb8c3db3b.png

A quick glance at the comments saw many netizens flaming and taunting SG Road Vigilante as the bikes parked there actually belonged to police officers who worked at the nearby AMK police HQ. 

109874081_3140755506019145_384544585020095119_o.jpg.3780627b30fd918f15b04d395abe39d3.jpg

Interestingly, SG Road Vigilante retaliated and filed a complaint with the OneService platform. We hope they update everyone on whether these bike owners will get any form of punishment...

Sign in to follow this  


0 Comments


Recommended Comments

There are no comments to display.

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Featured Stories

    Honda Shuttle driver blocks everyone from moving at Katong

    Now this is a good one for debating. Do you think the lady in the Honda Shuttle is wrong, or its just the taxi driver being difficult? As shown on SG Road Vigilante's page, a clip shot by a Premier taxi driver, shows a lady in her Honda Shuttle blocking the drop off/pickup point of Katong Shopping Center on 7th of Aug 2020. The reason she is blocking everyone is that she wanted to reverse into the parallel lot beside the taxi but in order for her to do so, all the cars, including the taxi behind, her has to reverse. Now that can be quite a hassle to everyone... So without seeing the first part of this incident, could it be that the taxi driver was being difficult from the start and could have just reversed for her to go into the lot? Or do you guys reckoned that the Honda driver was just a little bit too self-entitled?  

    chitchatboy

    chitchatboy

    Van lands in the bushes thanks to street racers

    Nothing new here. This is just another case of street racers causing trouble to the general road users. Shared among group chats in Whatsapp is a series of videos that show a Volkswagen Golf GTI mk5 owner being bombarded with hokkien vulgarities. No, we won't be translating what those words mean in case you are wondering... After some digging, we found out that the GTI driver who was being shouted at, and a Mitsubishi Evo X were zipping left and right through traffic along CTE on 9 Jul 2020 before causing a Toyota Hiace to crash and flip sideways into the bushes at the left side of the highway. We could see that the GTI sustained some damage to its front left hence the driver stopped. We assumed the Evo X driver did not stop and continued on its way.   This is not the first time the GTI owner has been caught driving recklessly as you can see from the video above by ROADS.sg. Of course neitzens on facebook are bashing the reckless drivers as we can see from Thelocalsociety's FB page. What are your thoughts on such drivers? Let us know!
     

    chitchatboy

    chitchatboy

    This is how you can create your own private HDB parking lot

    Bought a brand new car and want to avoid door dings? Or perhaps you're a car enthusiast and want to keep your car away from potential busybodies? 

    You can now create your own private parking space even though you don't live in a private estate!

    Check out this dude in the video below and how he does this...We wonder what this guy drives that gives him the right to have his own special private parking lot.  Whichever car that is going to be parked in that lot at 406 Fernvale Road MSCP better be a nice car... Check out the comments people on SG Road Vigilante have to say!

    104247240_2999667930147081_5514356786496781035_n.mp4

    chitchatboy

    chitchatboy

    Buyer goes for a test drive and makes damm well sure the safety features were working!

    Last weekend saw Singapore going into Phase 2, whereby almost every industry could become operational again. With showrooms closed for more than a month since the start of our lockdown, naturally this weekend also saw some decent traffic. Unfortunately, one test drive in particular went bad for this particular Honda shopper at Leng Kee... We don't have details on exactly what happened but it does look like this Red Honda Jazz that was probably going through a test drive, isn't going to be sold as a new car anytime soon. On the bright side, we can be sure that Honda's safety features sure work very well. 

    P.S. We reckon with the upcoming all new Jazz's Honda Sensing safety suite, this accident could have been avoided.  

    chitchatboy

    chitchatboy

×