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illegal fireworks @ race course rd

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no woris, polis takes a seriouslee view aka eye power of public safety. 

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Just now, The_King said:

Wai, who allow import de

This one just smuggle in lor, small pack only, many many across causeway.

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6 minutes ago, acehollowman said:

This one just smuggle in lor, small pack only, many many across causeway.

Hahaha, those ppl there must enjoy live fireworks

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keyboard warriors everything also want to kaopeh online...

its their festival... just sit back and enjoy the show and chill la...

no wonder people say sinkies all complain kings and queens...

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SINGAPORE - Two men, aged 29 and 32, have been arrested over their suspected involvement in discharging dangerous fireworks.

Early on Tuesday (Nov 6), at around 12am, bursts of fireworks exploding in the skies along Gloucester Road, near Little India, were spotted by a police officer.

The police said that officers from Central Police Division established the identities of the two men involved in setting off the fireworks through ground inquiries. They were arrested on the same day.

Police investigations are ongoing.

A video of the fireworks has been making its rounds on social media. On a Facebook group titled SG Road Vigilante - SGRV, the video, which was posted on Tuesday afternoon, has over 116,000 views and attracted over 3,400 shares.

The video was accompanied by a post which read: "Illegal fireworks being set off at Race Course Road. Singapore police officers can be seen rushing towards the scene."

The post ended by wishing people a happy Diwali or Deepavali, an annual Hindu holiday which falls on the same day.

 

Several netizens left comments speculating that the fireworks were set to celebrate the holiday, which is also known as the Festival of Lights.

Setting fireworks in Singapore without obtaining prior permission from the authorities is illegal.

Under the Dangerous Fireworks Act, anyone convicted of discharging dangerous fireworks can be fined between $2,000 and $10,000, jailed for up to two years or both.

 

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/two-men-arrested-for-discharging-fireworks-in-little-india

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Simei also got piang piang

 

I think they are out of control unless some really get it good

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Two suspects arrested for setting off fireworks near Little India

SINGAPORE: Two men have been arrested for allegedly discharging dangerous fireworks, said the police in a news release on Tuesday (Nov 6). 

The suspects, aged 29 and 32, were caught after a police officer spotted the fireworks along Gloucester Road near Little India at about midnight on Tuesday.

The men were identified and arrested on the same day. Investigations are ongoing.

If convicted of discharging dangerous fireworks, they face a fine of between S$2,000 and S$10,000, and a jail term of up to two years. 

A ban on the use of fireworks in Singapore was imposed in 1972 under the Dangerous Fireworks Act. Exceptions are granted for certain events where appropriate safety precautions have been adopted.

Source: CNA/aa(gs)
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/two-arrested-for-setting-off-fireworks-near-little-india-10902556

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No give face to PAP and Sinkieland law already. Throw so many long jail term and high fine threats, in the end just fine a few hundred dollars at most.

Like rat laughing at cat.

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Yay! Next time shld hire abnn to put fireworks during CNY...

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