Case involving elderly Caltex Tampines pump attendant & BMW driver now with police
From a FB post to a police report in just 48 hours.
Caltex Singapore has confirmed that the case involving the elderly pump attendant and the BMW driver who only wanted to pay S$10 for his full tank of fuel is now with the police.
In a statement shared with Mothership on Monday afternoon, Caltex Singapore said it was informed that a member of the public had filed a police report over the matter, which involves the driver and one of its elderly pump attendants working at Caltex’s Tampines petrol kiosk.
Based on Shin Min Daily News‘s interview with the driver, it’s possible that he may be the party who initiated the police investigation:
Just in case you’re not up-to-date on developments relating to this, you can read our coverage so far:
A lot more details have been uncovered and are circulating — especially with regard to the identity of the BMW driver — but we are not publishing them as his identity has not been concretely established or confirmed.
Here’s Caltex’s statement in full:
“We are aware that a police report has been lodged by a member of the public regarding events that took place at Caltex Tampines station on April 14. This is now a police matter and we will work closely with authorities in that respect. In the meantime, we would respectfully request the community to refrain from any personal or group responses towards those involved and leave the matter to appropriate authorities.”
Top photos via Caltex Facebook page