Car park

NETIZEN CHARGED $944.90 FOR 2 HOUR PARKING @ PLAZA SING

A netizen was in for the shock of his life when he was slapped with a $944.90 parking fee after spending 2 hours at popular local mall Plaza Singapura on Saturday (10 June 2017). He had parked in the mall for 2 hours while he ran his errands, only to be charged with the exorbitant amount when he tried to exit the car park 2 hours later.

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5 YEAR OLD UYGHUR BOY WIELDS KNIFE TO DEFEND GRANDMOTHER'S STALL

A 5 year old boy in Uyghur was caught on camera for wielding a knife at a truck driver while defending his grandmother's stall.

He shouted at the driver for parking there and blocking the stall. The boy also threatened to puncture the tyres with his knife and was heard shouting "If you park here I will beat you up!"

This is not the first time he has threatened people. Last year, he even used metal pipes to defend his grandmother's stall.

Whoa, the grandmother must be feeling very safe. Anyone wants to hire him as a bodyguard?

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31 Y.O. DIES FROM BLEEDING IN THE BRAIN AFTER CLARK QUAY FIGHT

31 year-old Mr Tan Jun Jie has died from bleeding in the brain after he was assaulted by a group of men at a car park in Clarke Quay on Sunday (16 April). The incident took place at a car park at River Valley Road near the popular drinking and recreation venue.

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SG GHOST STORY: DON'T TALK TOO LOUDLY AT NIGHT, OR YOU MIGHT WAKE SPIRITS

So he had a friend who stays just next to the MSCP. Many times we will meet up with him and chit chat under his block. Usually we will sit at the round concrete table facing the more busy road. but that night, the spot was taken. And so we walk further down the block and sat at another spot, directly opp the MSCP. it wasn't really very late i think about 11plus or 12 midnite. they were still happily chit chatting when suddenly the ex bf signal them to stop.

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HDB DEPLOYS NEW ENFORCEMENT VEHICLE TO DEAL WITH MOTORISTS WHO PARK ILLEGALLY

The Housing Development Board has launched a new wave of mobile enforcement vehicles, which are designed to patrol car parks in the many HDB estates throughout Singapore to weed out errant motorists who take up season parking lots without valid parking passes. The new initiative is intended to reduce enforcement agencies' reliance on manpower, and enforcement officers have already been spotted making their rounds in car parks in their new vehicle.

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