UPDATE: Neuron Mobility have since clarified that the incident originated in Australia and that they are assisting the Australian Police with their investigations.
A video emerged online showing an Ang Moh throwing an orange e-scooter into a river, as the entire incident was captured by someone who is purportedly his friend.
The e-scooter is a rental, purportedly rented from Neuron Mobility E-scooter. although the reasons why he decided to throw the e-scooter into the river remain unknown.
The Ang Moh was seen throwing the e-scooter into the river before turning around and running away.
Littering is an offence in Singapore and is defined as dropping, placing, or throwing any article or thing in a public place except a rubbish bin.
Persons caught littering face a fine of up to $2,000 for the first offence as well as the possibility of Corrective Work Order.
The stealing, destroying, or damaging of any private and/or public property is an offence under Section 2 of the Vandalism Act.
Persons found guilty of vandalism face a fine of up to $2,000, or a jail term of up to 3 years, and caning of between 3 to 8 strokes.