An Ah Lian was seen in a video standing inside a parking lot in Chinatown, allegedly chope-ing the space and chasing other vehicles away.
This parking lot is limbu one
In the age of social media, events like this seldom remain confined to their immediate surroundings. The incident, which unfolded along Banda Street in Chinatown at 4 PM on September 2nd, was documented and shared on Facebook by ROADS.sg.
According to the original poster (OP) on Facebook, the woman was reserving the parking lot for her friend. Her actions were perceived as preventing other drivers from parking there, sparking a discussion on the ethics of ‘choping’ parking spaces in a crowded urban area.
The incident was further immortalized in images shared on social media. In two of the pictures, the woman can be seen confidently standing within the parking lot with her hands on her hips, as if declaring ownership. A third picture captured her pacing in the vicinity, seemingly determined to mark her territory.
The woman’s determination to ‘chope’ the parking space extended beyond merely occupying it. The netizen who posted the photo shared that she actively chased away other motorists who sought to claim the spot.
- Times are hard..Need to find customer must include chope’ing of lot as package..
- Traffic police should come out a notice whether can this be legally practice. Else someone will do it with a small fee.
- Just park horizontally on the road and take her picture in case she scratch your car
- HAHAHHAHAHAHA you can take the lady out of the kampong but not the kampong in her HAHAHAH
- Wa piang, I thought she is from massage shop lady come out to pull business sio
- Some rich people behave like that.Tsk tsk tsk terrible attitude
- Park infront of them and make sure their car can’t go in.
- Should make this a criminal offense arrestable by police.
Image source: ROADS.sg on Facebook