In the bustling streets of Singapore, maintaining a reasonable speed while driving is not only a matter of safety but also a legal obligation.
The guardians of traffic rules in the Lion City are the dedicated Traffic Police (TP) officers who ensure that everyone adheres to the speed limits and obeys the road regulations.
A photo recently emerged showing a TP officer at work, hiding stealthily amongst some plants and aiming a speed camera at the East Coast Parkway (ECP) expressway.
Unconventional Tactics Unveiled
The genesis of this intriguing tale lies in a photograph that has taken the social media sphere by storm. Shared widely on Facebook, this image portrays a seemingly ordinary scene along the East Coast Parkway (ECP) in Singapore. At first glance, it might appear as just another snapshot of the roadside, complete with pots and shrubs.
However, what sets this photograph apart is a stationary motorcycle nestled among the greenery, proudly displaying the telltale “TP” license plate. This unmistakable insignia identifies the motorcycle as the property of the Traffic Police, immediately raising questions about the man beside it.
The TP officer, clad in a helmet and crouching beside the shrubs, is the focal point of curiosity. He holds a speed camera while focusing it on the road ahead.
It appears that this TP officer was attempting to blend into his surroundings and remain unnoticed by motorists on the expressway. The TP officer’s choice of weapon, the speed camera, adds another layer of intrigue to the situation.
While the photograph itself does not provide clear information about the exact location, one astute observer commented that the photo might have been taken along the ECP, heading towards Changi Airport.
- At Changi airport highway just set a mobile camera hide them at the lights or under a tree.
- Why you scared? If you don’t speed, then there’s no need to worry.
In fact, I’m glad that TP is doing their job. So if you don’t speed, don’t be afraid.
- If a dashcam footage shows a speeding car, people will kaopeh no TP, no enforcement.
If you’re law abiding driver, then you have no fear of TP in concealment.