Bicycle-sharing company ofo has lodge a police report over a video of a youth vandalising one of its bikes in Geylang Bahru.

The video was tweeted by user @hxngwei on Monday, April 17 morning.

It showed a teenager throwing and stomping on one of its bikes.

The post said: “While we trust our users with full heart and will continue providing the best quality bike-sharing convenience, we would not hesitate to report to police or take legal action against vandalism.”

“We invite all warm-hearted users to report damaging behaviour to [email protected]

The cost of renting an ofo bike is 50 cents per trip.

ofo has a fleet of about 1,000 bikes in areas such as Punggol, West Coast Park and the city area. It started its operations here in February.

The other two bike-sharing companies are Singapore-based start-up Obike and China company Mobike.

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