A video emerged online showing a man attacking a rubbish bin at an unspecified location in Singapore, before scolding former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew for whatever reason.
As the video unfolds, the man is seen seated on the ground near a bus stop as the side of the road, before getting back up on his feet and picking up the top half of a rubbish bin in front of him.
He then tosses the half-bin onto the road, as someone in the background shouted at him “OI!”, but was ignored by the man.
He then proceeded to pickup the inner container of the rubbish bin and throws it onto the road, as the contents of the rubbish bin spills out.
Throws Rubbish Bin, Then Accidentally Throws His Own Phone
However, it appears the man might have inadvertently tosses his phone onto the road as well in the process, as he ventures onto the road to pick up his phone.
Returning back to the pavement, the man then picks up the remainder of the rubbish bin and throws it out onto the road, before wearing his slippers and walking away from the scene.
Looking visibly frustrated, the man then directs an insult to Singapore founding father Lee Kuan Yew for an unknown reason, shouting “f- you Lee Kuan Yew” as he disappeared from the camera frame.
Under Section 3 of the Vandalism Act, any person who commits, attempts to do, or causes to be done any act of vandalism with the intent to commit an act of vandalism, faces a fine of up to $2,000 or a jail term of up to 3 years, along with 3 to 8 strokes of the cane.
Under Section 425 of the Penal Code, any person who destroys the property, diminishes its value/utility, or affects it injuriously, with the intent to cause or knows that one is likely to cause wrongful loss or damage to the public or any person, faces a jail term of up to 2 years and/or a fine.
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