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ROAD SIGN @ YISHUN MELTED FROM JOSS PAPER BURNING, LTA LODGES POLICE REPORT

A picture emerged online showing a road sign in Yishun being melted as joss papers burned under it.

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The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has since removed the melted signboard and said that they will be replacing it.

The photo shows a pile of joss papers burning under the road sign, with the letterings on the road sign melting and falling off.

There were also cardboard boxes that were discarded and piled up under a tree in the background of the joss paper cage.

The incident is believed to have happened near Block 117 Yishun Ring Road, along Yishun Avenue 7.

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LTA responds

LTA spoke to 8World News and said that they have removed the damaged road sign and will be replacing it within a week.

They also added that a police report had been lodged, and they reminded the public to be socially responsible, and that burning joss paper near the roads is dangerous to motorists and pedestrians.

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