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Do you know who you are? Try this the next time you get a parking ticket!

Do you know who you are? Try this the next time you get a parking ticket!

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From this video, one of the conclusions we can draw from it is when you have just been given a ticket by the parking officer, threatening him on whether he knows who you are or not isn't going to help you get out of trouble.

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As seen on SG Road Vigilante's recent post on 23rd of September 2020, the offender has just gotten a parking ticket along Sturdee Road North and can be seen trying to video down the whole confrontation with the officer who just gave him a ticket. Obviously not that good at redeeming himself, the owner of the video tries to 'put pressure' on the officer by asking him whether 'he knows who he is?' and claiming that the officer is less clear about the laws than him.

If you are curious as to what happens next, catch the video below and let us know how you would react if you happen to be in such a situation.

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It’s “do you know who I am “ and not NOT “do you know who you are ?” ..... very misleading statement ..... listen to the clip carefully , of course he knows who he is ...... he is a Traffic warden 🤣🤣

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He might have better luck singing the chorus from "Iris" by the Goo Goo Dolls. Seems appropriate, especially as I he seemed not to want the whole world to see him. And parking laws were made to be broken, after all. 😁

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And I don't want the world to see me

'Cause I don't think that they'd understand

When everything's made to be broken

I just want you to know who I am

😂

 

 

 

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What I dont understand is why the so called offender took the embarrassing video and post it in sg road vigilante?

How come got 3 tickets for the same offense in the matter of minutes? So is it one summon or 3? LoL....

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He doesn't need to know too much.

He just need to know his job, your offence and your license plate number.

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On 9/25/2020 at 8:59 PM, Watwheels said:

What I dont understand is why the so called offender took the embarrassing video and post it in sg road vigilante?

How come got 3 tickets for the same offense in the matter of minutes? So is it one summon or 3? LoL....

I think if you collect 5 in a row, get to be gold member

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On 9/24/2020 at 5:53 PM, BanCoe said:

It’s “do you know who I am “ and not NOT “do you know who you are ?” ..... very misleading statement ..... listen to the clip carefully , of course he knows who he is ...... he is a Traffic warden 🤣🤣

I recall a certain 99mil woman request from the restaurant for a room but was decline. Even then, she did not use the "do u know who I am" card but just sit quietly at the queue.

Until the number 1 brother arrive and the captain apologies profusely, they still say its ok and dine in the open area.

So those that ask the " do u know who I am " may not be that famous lah. 

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