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S’pore car driver seat cushion is Valak The Nun

Maybe can ward off parking enforcement personnel.

Belmont Lay | November 11, 10:00 pm

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There are many ways to ward off the dreaded “summon auntie“, a.k.a. parking enforcement personnel, and not get issued a parking fine notice in Singapore.

One way is to not park illegally.

Another way is to ensure you have your parking coupon or e-coupon up.

A third less conventional way is to get the hyper-realistic Valak The Nun driver car seat cushion and all might be well:

That was exactly what one car in Singapore did by decking out its driver seat with what appears to be a perpetual entity at the driver’s wheel.

The video was shot in a multistorey car park in broad daylight.

At night when it is a lot dimmer, the effect might just be pants-staining.

You can watch the video here, originally put up by Shah Ismail on Facebook.

Car owners in Singapore having a bit of fun and jump scare with the vehicles is nothing new:

If you see this car while driving around S’pore, run, just run

Xiaxue calls out S’pore driver’s ghostly car decals after mum experiences near-accident

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Belmont can pronounce "tchotchke".

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