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TAXI DRIVER KENA FARE EVASION FROM WOMAN WITH AMERICAN SLANG @ MARINE PARADE

In the bustling streets of Singapore, taxi drivers encounter a myriad of passengers daily, each with their unique stories and personalities. However, sometimes, these encounters take an unexpected turn.

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From Katong to Marine Parade

Katong, Singapore, at the i12 Katong mall, where a taxi driver picked up an unsuspecting passenger. The destination? Block 55 in Marine Parade, a relatively short ride that should have been straightforward.

The Passenger: A Lady With a Baby

As the taxi driver pulled up to the mall’s taxi stand, he noticed a lady with a baby standing nearby. Little did the driver know that this would be no ordinary ride.

Swift Police Action

However, this taxi driver was not one to be taken advantage of easily. Without hesitation, he swiftly reported the incident to the local police, providing them with a detailed description of the passenger. The police were quick to respond to the situation.

A Mysterious Twist: American Slang?

What made this incident even more intriguing was the passenger’s manner of speaking. According to the driver, the lady had an unusual way of communicating, which he described as “American slang.” This added a layer of perplexity to an already bewildering situation.

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The taxi driver said:

Just Kena Fare Evasion

Location Pick Up i12 Katong to block 55 Marine Parade , Lady With A Baby , Subject – Chinese Non Local (Probly American Slang) Police report has been made , Keep a look out and be vary of such descriptions and location who may try their luck ,

Call police , Before police come she chow , Very nice indeed

Potential Penalties

In Singapore, fare evasion on public transportation, such as buses, trains, and taxis, is taken seriously and can result in both fines and potential jail time. The penalties for fare evasion may include:

  1. Financial Penalties (Fines): Individuals caught evading fares on public transportation may be fined. The specific amount of the fine can vary depending on the severity of the offense and whether it is a first-time or repeat offense. Fines can range from a few hundred dollars to more substantial amounts.
  2. Possible Jail Time: In cases of serious or repeated fare evasion, individuals may face the possibility of jail time. The duration of imprisonment can vary, and it is typically determined by the court. Jail sentences are more common for habitual or deliberate fare evaders.
  3. Warning and Immediate Payment: Fare inspectors or transportation authorities may issue warnings or on-the-spot fines to fare evaders. The individual is expected to pay the fine immediately.
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