SINGAPORE: A 53-year-old woman is being investigated for public nuisance and allegedly breaching COVID-19 safe distancing measures after the ...
BookmarkSINGAPORE: A 53-year-old woman is being investigated for public nuisance and allegedly breaching COVID-19 safe distancing measures after the police were called to Marina Bay Sands on Saturday (May 15).The police said they received a call for assistance at 1 Bayfront Avenue at about 5.15pm where a woman had allegedly not worn a mask despite repeated advice from a safe distancing ambassador to do so.
AdvertisementAdvertisement“The woman is believed to be involved in other similar instances where she was in various buildings and establishments without a mask,” said the police.In a video widely shared on social media, a woman in a blue blouse can be seen standing in a queue outside a Toast Box outlet at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
While standing in line, she is approached by a safe distancing ambassador who advises her to wear a face mask. The woman, who did not put on a face mask, can be heard questioning the credentials of the safe distancing ambassador.Those found guilty of not wearing a mask or not wearing a mask properly outside their place of residence face a fine of up to S$10,000, six months’ jail, or both. headtopics.com
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Stupid lady follow the law Lock her up and throw the key away. Whole world know her face now, you still blurred the picture 😅😅🤣 The same for the people strolling without wearing their masks in my condo establishment. When approached they reprimanded me for minding their business. Even condo security personnels are helpless.
Fine + jail ah Soh Yaya di Beh how Liean Hope she's jailed. Examples must be set to deter others from following her example. Find is not a big deal to some people. But jail sentence is different 😂 now she’ll ask for the credentials of the police officer, and the judge. The gov should impose ban her from leaving her residency for one month starting today.
FOB......she just needs a good f÷×+& Singapore example to the world.
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