A video emerged online of two Malaysian registered bikes working together to try and exit a carpark gantry together.
In the video, a biker was seen at the gantry trying to pay while his accomplice waited slightly behind him for the gantry to open.
After some time, the gantry opened up and both of them exited together.
Only the biker in front paid while the biker behind went out for free.
Laws on evading parking charges
Under the current laws in Singapore for offenders who try to evade parking charges by tailgating, the fines for motorists are at $35, while cars will pay $70 and heavy vehicles $100.
This is an increase from the previous amount of $25 for motorists, $50 for cars and $80 for heavy vehicles when the government announced that there will be stiffer penalties for such offenders with effect from 1 Jul 2019.
Image and Video source: @WhyLiddatSG