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NEA Explains Why Man Was Fined For Shooting Rubber Bands Onto Public Road

NEA Explains Why Man Was Fined For Shooting Rubber Bands Onto Public Road

NEA has come under the spotlight from netizens for what was perceived as a heavy handed approach of fining a man for throwing of rubber bands on the road. The photo of the fine the man received that says "You did throw rubber band in a public place" has gone viral, as have the amount of fine the man had to pay, which was $300.

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OI NEA OFFICERS! USE COMMON SENSE LAH WHEN WANT TO SUMMON SMOKERS

When NEA officer are doing their duty, yes if someone is smoking under shelter and under the law is wrong, then it is fine to go and summon those guilty of doing it. But if it's raining at the least an NEA officer can do is to ask the culprit to throw away the cigarette. You cannot expect someone to light up under rain, right?

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DOCTOR FINED $30K, FOR CAUSING PATIENT TO LOSE SIGHT IN ONE EYE

A doctor was fined $30,000 after he failed to refer a patient who had a corneal ulcer to a specialist "in a timely manner". The patient later underwent surgery and permanently lost most of her sight in her left eye. The doctor, however, was not suspended from practising.

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BIKE SHARING USERS FACES FINE IF THEY PARK INDISCRIMINATELY

The problem of rental bikes being park anywhere and anyhow as the users deem fit, could soon be over. It was revealed yesterday that the three major bike share firms in Singapore, Ofo, oBike and MoBike, have a proposed agreement with the LTA in place, along with 15 town councils under the PAP banner to tackle this problem.

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TWO WOMEN FINED BY AVA FOR PET ABANDONMENT

The AVA has stated that those found abandoning their pets will be dealt with harshly. To reiterate their point, two women were fined and given a six-month ban from owning pets in separate cases of pet abandonment.

Members of the public can report cases of pet abandonment to the AVA via its 24 hour hotline at 1800 476 1600.

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LOCAL ACTOR FINED, BANNED FROM DRIVING AFTER GETTING CAUGHT DRINK DRIVING

Local actor Aloysius Pang was fined $2,000 and banned from driving for 18 months for drink driving. The 26-year-old admitted to driving when he had at least 55 microgrammes (mcg) of alcohol in 100ml of breath, which exceeded the prescribed limit of 35mcg

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MODIFIED MASERATI AND RECKLESS DRIVING EARNED MAN A $13.5K FINE

A rich man, who thinks he can get away from the law for modifying his Maserati luxury car with an altered exhaust system, was finally fined $13,500 after being caught eight times between May 2013 and November 2015.

Apart from his fines, his Maseratti has also been detained by the Registrar of Vehicles for the maximum period of three months.

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SG MAN FINED $72K FOR HIRING ILLEGAL WORKERS IN BAZAAR

A Singaporean man, Sao Wei Loon, 40, was fined $72,000 for hiring 19 foreign nationals without valid work permit passes. These illegal workers were hired as stall assistants at three pasar malams - located in Geylang Serai, Tampines and Toa Payoh, between 1 June and 16 September 2016.

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