4 Singapore teens arrested for allegedly vandalizing car park and motorcycles in Punggol (Video)

The four teens vandalized a car park in Punggol. Photo: SG Road Vigilante
The four teens vandalized a car park in Punggol. Photo: SG Road Vigilante

Four teenagers were arrested yesterday for allegedly vandalizing the walls, signs and motorbikes in incredibly bad sense (and handwriting).

The Singapore Police Force said they were alerted on Sunday at 2:40am to the incident of the teens, aged 13 and 14 years old, suspected of defacing the car park of Block 325 Sumang Walk. Public property and motorbikes were found scribbled in insults and random squiggles all over in red spray paint.

Police investigations are ongoing.

Graffiti would have looked better but security footage showed the boys simply canceling out direction signs. Photos of the aftermath showed writings of the N-word, “FML”, “WTF”, “Fuck You” and some other illegible writings sprawled across the multi-story car park. The exercise corner and motorbikes were also vandalized 

According to Channel News Asia, cleaners were already sent out to paint over the damage today.

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