A video emerged online showing a trio of YPs having a gathering at a rooftop garden at Angsana Breeze @ Yishun.
They were seen eating and drinking on the bench, which is fine, but they later left the area and left all their rubbish behind on the table.
One of the YPs was also seen walking towards the bushes and pretending to use his phone while urinating below the vegetation.
The act of urinating or defecating in public constitutes an offence under the Environmental Public Health Act.
Persons found guilty face a maximum fine of up to $1,000 for their first conviction, a fine of up to $2,000 for their second conviction and a find of up to $5,000 for subsequent offences.
Littering is an offence in Singapore and is defined as dropping, placing or throwing any article or t hing in a public place except a rubbish bin.
Persons caught littering face a fine of up to $2,000 for the first offence as well as the possibility of Corrective Work Order.