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NOTE PLACED IN LIFT TO SCOLD SMOKER, SMOKER REPLIES ‘SHAADAAP LA’

A netizen shared an image of a note which was placed inside a lift of an unknown carpark.

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The note was apparently pasted by an angry netizen who wants to tell a smoker who has been smoking inside the lift carriage to stop his or her actions.

The note reads:

“To the person who has been smoking in this lift daily at approx 8:30am – 9:30amll

Please note that smoking in here is PROHIBITED BY LAW and comes with a FINE.

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There are cameras installed for monitoring and no one enjoys your smoke smell so light your cigarette in your own car.

I hope they find/fine you.”

While we understand the plight of having to take a lift and endure the foul smoke smell sometimes, the smoker thinks otherwise.

A reply was seen under the note left by the netizen which we suspect is from the smoker.

It reads:

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“Shadaap la!! ITS AN OFFENSE TO PASTE ADS. I’M SO SCARED!”

Smoking rules & fines in Singapore

According to the laws in Singapore, smoking is prohibited mainly in most indoor locations in Singapore.

Smokers who are caught flouting the rules are liable to a fine of $200, or even up to $1,000 if it becomes a court case.

Image source: Unsplash.com

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