Facebook user Peter Gan shared photos of cars, motorcycles, and walls at a carpark in Punggol after they were vandalised.
Here is what he said
This happened last night or maybe this morning (not sure exactly) in one of the multi storey carpark at Punggol Bayview, Sumang walk.
Multiple cars and motorbikes were affected and vandalized, even neighboring residential blocks were also affected throughout the estate.
According to those affected and made reports, the authorities had already identified and arrested those responsible but not yet verified…
Sigh, back maybe 30 years ago, such blatant disregard for law and vandalism is either drug/alcohol induced, or part of gang initiation.
I can’t believe such practices prevail till this day
- So many cars parked there. Ask them to help check their in car cameras. Maybe can catch the culprit.
- There is always one fellow that is in urgent need of a Blanket Party.
- CB teen got nothing. Better stay in jail
- Got camera one
The stealing, destroying, or damaging of any private and/or public property is an offence under Section 2 of the Vandalism Act.
Persons found guilty of vandalism face a fine of up to $2,000, or a jail term of up to 3 years, and caning of between 3 to 8 strokes.