Singapore is a fine city. There are many things that you will be fined if you are doing so.
- Never wear a mask in public - Fine $300.
- Not Wearing Clothes At Home If You Can Be Seen - Fine Of Up To $2,000 And/Or Jail
- Anyhow littering - Fine Of Up To $2,000
So today we have a P-plate driver who supposes to pay extra attention and be more gracious on the road but she didn't do after she has parked the car. She was seen walking out of her car throwing some trash and she went back to pick it up (for a moment, I thought her guilt have made her realised her mistake) and throw it back again inside the drain.
Here's the recap.
I am not a saint either. But during this period where the world is combating Covid-19, for your own sanitary waste like tissue paper and wet wipes, it is best to throw it inside a rubbish bin. And just in case this lady does read my blog, this is how Singapore rubbish bin looks like.
It is green in color, it is in a cylindrical shape and you will notice there is a lot of rubbish inside. 😁
And btw folks, from 1st of June, we have to return our tray when we are eating at the hawker centre too. When our P2HA is over and we can dine-in, let's return our tray when we are eating at hawker centre!
Source: SG Road Vigilante Backup