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  1. Ysc3

    ICA officers go vigilante !

    ICA officers who hit truck driver at Woodlands Crossing have been taken off operational duties (video at URL) Two Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officers who were caught on video hitting a truck driver on Friday (Dec 21) have been taken off operational duties, ICA said. Several Stompers alerted Stomp to the video that has been circulating online. In the video, the two officers wearing fluorescent vests are seen confronting a man sitting on a grass patch next to a road. One of the officers lunges towards the man who then falls on his side. They are then seen pointing fingers at the man while talking to him. ICA said in a statement posted on their Facebook page at about 9.37am that they are aware of the incident that happened near Woodlands Checkpoint on Dec 21 at about 4.40pm. "Preliminary investigations showed that the two officers, who were performing traffic control duties at Woodlands Crossing, were directing the container truck which was on its way to Woodlands Checkpoint for departure clearance," it said. The truck driver, who was travelling on the rightmost lane of the three-lane carriageway, disregarded the officers' instructions and reportedly drove recklessly across three lanes into the officers' direction, endangering the lives of the officers and of other road users. The officers then confronted the driver and engaged in a physical altercation with him. In its statement, ICA said it takes a serious view of the incident: "Our officers are expected to discharge their duties professionally. "ICA does not condone such behaviour, even if the driver may have disregarded the safety of others, and has referred both officers to the Police following our preliminary investigations. "The officers have also been taken off operational duties pending the Police investigation."
  2. Jail for father who beat 9-year-old son with hanger over homework SINGAPORE: A 35-year-old man who subjected his nine-year-old son to a beating over homework was sentenced to four months' jail on Thursday (Dec 6). The man, who cannot be named due to a gag order protecting the boy's identity, pleaded guilty in June to one charge of ill-treating a child in his custody. The incident occurred at about 9pm on Aug 4 last year, when the man's 34-year-old wife left the house for dinner with her friends. She left her son in her husband's care, and the young child was seated at the dining table doing his homework while the accused was watching television. More than an hour later, the boy asked his father for help with his homework. The man told him to think of the answers on his own, and the boy gave several answers which were wrong. "The accused was angered by the victim's mistakes," said the prosecutor. He left the dining room, returning with a plastic hanger while his son begged him for leniency. He grabbed the boy's hand and yanked him forcefully from the chair, causing him to tumble onto the floor. He then pulled him up by his left leg, so that the boy was held upside down, and hit him on his buttocks and legs with the hanger, swinging it down "with his full strength", court documents said. The man then shouted at his son, who was lying on the ground in a daze. The boy told his father that he really did not know the answers to his homework questions, enraging him further. The accused kicked his son twice, shouting at him: "You know why you don't know, you're stupid!" He then threw the hanger at the boy and kicked him again before chasing him into the bedroom, where he hit the boy's buttocks with his hands. The assault on the boy was captured by a closed-circuit television camera mounted on a ledge in the dining room and was played to the court. A neighbour called the police at 10.43pm, saying that he heard a child crying out and he thought it was child abuse. When the boy's mother returned home, the child told her what happened and she retrieved the CCTV footage. The boy was admitted to hospital, where a medical report showed that he suffered multiple hematomas or bruises on his body, including hook-shaped ones measuring 3cm and 6cm. The couple is currently undergoing divorce proceedings. DEFENCE ASKS FOR PROBATION, SAYING RELATIONSHIP HAS IMPROVED Deputy Public Prosecutor Jotham Tay asked for four months' jail, saying that the facts were alarming. "It is clear that it was not done simply in a controlled manner for the purpose of discipline, but out of rage," he said. The man's defence lawyer, T U Naidu, asked instead for probation, saying that the relationship between the accused and the victim has "greatly improved". The accused has been attending counselling, he added, and the entire family is now close enough to assure the court that there will not be any chance of reoccurrence. "It is admitted that he lost his cool," said the lawyer. "My client is greatly remorseful. Any form of custodial sentence is going to affect what has been built up thus far between the (accused) and the son." Addressing the accused, who stood in the dock with his head bowed throughout the hearing, District Judge Eddy Tham said there was no excuse for the "totally disproportionate" actions, no matter how frustrated the accused had been with his son. He added that while he noted the improvement in the relationship, a message must be sent out on such violence by parents and caregivers, and said it was fortunate that the resulting injuries had not been more serious.
  3. Seem like I had beat the red light at slow speed where can sense the bright flash. I was doing a left turn & it is not going straight or turning right. Any idea how to go about appealing? If appeal does it means waive off the fine & the points? Some expert offering the solution: (1) Use other driver license to own it up. Pay fine + demerit points. (2) Appeal to TP. (3) Appeal to MP. Normally how long would get the letter to be sent to the home address? Hope do not have then can Z.zzz in peace.
  4. Crazy footage of a car reversing all the way to the intersection to skip the traffic jam. Very clever, but also very dangerous, I think. Anybody knows whether a similar thing has been done in Singapore? Best not to try. http://dai.ly/x41oe50
  5. Carbon82

    2nd Generation Honda Beat

    Honda designer finally done a good job! This little kei car make me drool...
  6. Finally captured some action with my Panorama II-S in-car camera. Remember to view in 1080P JW9771 almost run over pedestrian and later hit & run on a SBS bus http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BG5e3wZZB3E
  7. http://www.myfoxorlando.com/story/26054518/daytona-beach-dad-allegedly-beats-up-man-after-sexual-assault-on-son Full Site Police: Dad sees son being molested, beats up suspect - FOX 35 News Orlando Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on gmailShare on emailMore Sharing Services 632 Police: Dad sees son being molested, beats up suspect Posted: Jul 19, 2014 1:24 AM SGT Updated: Jul 19, 2014 7:12 AM SGT By Kelly Joyce, Reporter - bio DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) - Daytona Beach police say a father beat up an 18-year-old man after he said he witnessed the teenager sexually abusing his son. According to a police report, Raymond Frolander is a family acquaintance who solicited the boy to engage in sexual activity at the boy's home around 1:30 a.m. on Friday. Authorities said the father walked in on the alleged abuse and then beat Frolander, leaving him bleeding and motionless on the floor. He then called 911 to report the incident. "I just walked in and found a grown man molesting my [name withheld], and I got him in a bloody puddle right now for you officer." The 35-year-old father said he had just left the house for a short while, and when he returned, he said he thought he heard something in the back bedroom. "I looked at Ray and said, 'What's going on?' He stood up, and his pants fell around his ankles," the father told the 911 dispatcher. "I knew what was going on, and I did what I had a right to do, except I didn't kill him." When officers arrived, they found Frolander unconscious on the floor. He was taken to Halifax Medical Center and later transported to the jail before appearing before a judge later in the day. According to the police report, the young victim disclosed there was a history of past sexual abuse involving the defendant, beginning when the victim was 8. Police said that during an interview, Frolander admitted he has had a sexual relationship with the victim over the past three years. "Here's a young man whose innocence was taken away from him," said Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood. "Eight to 11-year-olds should be outside playing sports and video games, not cowering in fear. Chitwood said the father will not face any charges for the beating, because he was protecting his son as a crime was being committed. Frolander is charged with sexual battery on a child under 12 and has been denied bond by a Volusia County judge. Follow updates on this story and others on MyFoxOrlando.com by TaboolaSponsoredYou May Like Top 10 Wealthiest People Under the Age of 40 in the World American Live Wire 10 Obvious Signs a Guy Is Flirting with You Womanitely The Most Painful Torture Devices Of The Middle Ages All That Is Interesting Apple iWatch Amazing!!! ZadTech.com All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Ad Choices
  8. I witnessed a Malaysian car blatantly beating red light here in SGP and got it recorded on my carcam. Que: will police take action if i show them the youtube link? Que: what is the penalty for the driver if the driver does return and drive the same car in SGP? Que: If the police does take action but the driver dispute, what is the procedure? Will I be called into court as a witness?
  9. Motor beat traffic lights before it just turn green. Look dangerous to me. What will happen, if someone turn from the left junction? See the sequence of the pics.
  10. Was traveling along Paya Lebar road this morning and saw this dump truck beating red-arrow light. He has waited at the junction for light to turn green to do U-turn. And obviously lost his patience and commit the offense. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcuDhrhgGqA Have email the video to TP. Waiting for reply. For those bros that have installed Carcam, hope you can do your part by reporting traffic offense, so to keep our road safer.
  11. Was traveling along Paya Lebar road this morning and saw this dump truck beating red-arrow light. He has waited at the junction for light to turn green to do U-turn. And obviously lost his patience and commit the offense. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcuDhrhgGqA Have email the video to TP. Waiting for reply. For those bros that have installed Carcam, hope you can do your part by reporting traffic offense, so to keep our road safer.
  12. i already gave warning...post things lidis in the 3 main threads....discuss there...better coverage...wtf u think u hero? closed
  13. SHD9510U Chevy taxi allegedly beat red light. No collision fortunately, as most road users sort of anticipated it (maybe because its a taxi on call?).
  14. http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-drin...-a-4063785.html Post mirror thread for SFL1029C to submit video to insurance Anyone knows the SFL1029C guy, pls inform!
  15. motorbike... knock down a pedestrian... hope she/he is ok.. Note: I'm not the owner of the video... This is taken from Hardwarezone EDMW forum: http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-drin...an-4033569.html
  16. RadX

    BMW beat red light - VIDEO

    Posted on CNA......nobody hurt. Cam recorded http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151150313267934
  17. Nikelashi

    Beat red light again!

    Uncle driving an old school dark blue Mercedes beat the red lights at the junction of Bt Batok East Ave 2 and East Ave 3. When the cars horned at him, he showed the finger. I didn't manage to catch his VRN, but I think I saw "SCE..." Anyone out there has some super power video-editing software which can hopefully see his plate number? Otherwise, is there anything I can do to report him?
  18. Driving along keppel road this morning, traffic light turn amber on last arrow, i accelerate and light turn red on line, do i have chance? I dun think i saw flash (but i nervous so might not notice), but in video i saw some bright light. anyone have experience with red light flash can advice? thk (maybe have to select 720pfor higher quality) Any experts can help me confirm, thank in avance.
  19. Gantiau

    Beat red light

    Hi if I cross the sensors .5 sec after amber turn red but only 1 flash considered Gana?
  20. RadX

    Bl

    eh do a bloody search lah.....got one aldy
  21. Mustank

    Boss, Please Dont Beat Me

    http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/...924-373503.html http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/...924-373445.html
  22. Dose this car beat red light?? Along beach road area.where there is an exist to turn into Nicole highway..next to Saint John building.. not sure consider chiong(beat) red light...is green on our side and also green light for the pedestrians to cross..but this car just zoom in from my right and cross it..while people is crossing the road...too bad can not get hold of the car plate...not sure whether this car still allow to turn at that moment.. Driver is a mid age bold head man...not able to cathc up the car..by the time all the pedestrians cross..the car already long gong.. Your view???
  23. Looks like the west has won the North Korea over by pouring him with all the materialistic items no more war! but a lot more starving to come [:(]
  24. Axela525

    Big bike beat red lights!

    Capture this BIG bike beating red lights at woodlands ave 4 and 9 today around 3.15pm. Enough evidence to give TP? Where is the link to email the pics and video? Thks! Video still uploading...comming soon...
  25. Saw this Audi drove above 100km/hr just outside Old Airport Food centre...can.t see the number plate, coz was too shock to note it.My car cam not clear enough and it's very dark due to bad weather.
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