Reckless PMD user has death wish, went against flow, beats all traffic at Bukit Panjang

This is nuts.

By Belmont Lay | January 17, 2017

Another person who clearly has a death wish was caught on video riding a personal mobility device (PMD) in Bukit Panjang on Jan. 16, at about 7pm, according to the time stamp on the footage.

The said road user who couldn’t care less was:

– Riding against the flow of traffic
– Straddling between two one-lane roads
– Travelling faster than the bus and car that were trailing behind him
– Beating the traffic light
– Cutting into the path of pedestrians
– Beating another traffic light
– Eventually travelling faster than the car

Errant e-bikers and PMD users might want to take note that tougher laws will be kicking in this year.

Riding on the road is an offence punishable with a fine not exceeding S$2,000 or jail term of up to three months or both.


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About Belmont Lay

Belmont can pronounce "tchotchke".

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