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GRAB DELIVERY MAN GOES ‘BLOCK SHOPPING’ AND LITERALLY GRABS RESIDENT’S SHOES

Theft is a problem that affects communities around the world, including in Singapore’s residential Housing and Development Board (HDB) estates.

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While the overall crime rate in Singapore is relatively low compared to other countries, there have been instances of theft in HDB neighbourhoods.

Stealing shoes to smell ah

It is unclear if the Grab rider was making deliveries to the area but he sure has take something else after doing his job there.

A video of a Grab rider doing the infamous ‘block-shopping’ was caught by a CCTV.

Netizens speculate that the man probably like the feet smell of others and took it home to get a whiff of it.

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How to prevent it?

Overall, while theft can be a concern in HDB estates, there are steps that residents can take to protect themselves and their properties. By taking simple precautions, such as keeping doors and windows locked and being vigilant, HDB residents can help to create a safer and more secure community.

Keeping valuable shoes in doors might also be safer.

Stealing shoes in Singapore residential HDB is a crime and is punishable under the law. If caught, it is likely you will be arrested and charged with theft. Depending on the severity of the crime, you could face up to 3 years in prison, a fine of up to S$10,000, or caning.

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