This Malaysian registered motorcycle is an eye sore. It’s parked at a HDB car park for more than a month. From the external appearance, this motorcycle is obviously being abandoned. The rear is damaged and it seems that it’s not been used for quite some time.
Whenever I see this Malaysian registered motorcycle, I couldn’t help wondering what has happened to the owner? The owner must be a Malaysian cuz Singaporeans can’t own Malaysia registered vehicles.
The Malaysian owner of this motorcycle could have gone back leaving his motorcycle here. He could also have been hospitalized or he might have committed a crime and sent to prison to serve his sentence? Worst still, the owner of the said motorcycle might have passed away leaving the motorcycle behind?
That unattended motorcycle is still occupying a precious parking lot at a public car park next to a popular hawker centre with limited parking lots especially on Sundays and public holidays when it’s difficult to find one.
There are at least 5 parking summons shove on the abandoned motorcycle headlight. By just taking a casual look any idiot will know that it’s an abandoned motorcycle. Why then the HDB car park enforcement officers keep issuing summon tickets? Are they blind or are they worst than an idiot? Maybe it’s not HDB’s fault since they conveniently outsourced car park enforcement to third party. It’s got nothing to do HDB even though car park belongs to HDB.
Is there no proper SOP to deal with such cases of abandoned vehicles in HDB car parks? Or those robot enforcement officers simply do not bother and pretend to see nothing? After all, they keep treating that motorcycle like a “punching bag” by issuing parking summons to secure their daily “quota” of parking tickets for the day?
This incident clearly highlights some glaring issues. The “attitude” of the car park enforcement officers towards such cases. They only know how to issue summons blindly and pretend that the motorcycle is not abandoned even though it is clearly an abandoned motorcycle.
I just wonder when will they wake up – be it three months, six months, a year or never at all? The abandoned motorcycle will keep getting booked for unauthorized parking with the relevant departments happily treating it as business as usual – HDB gets revenue from the summons (on paper) and the car park enforcement officers getting his daily summons quota to justify his wages (or he gets axed) with the helpless public deprived of a previous parking lot. KNN!
This obnoxious motorcycle sits right in front of NTUC FairPrice next to a popular hawker centre clearly highlights another instance of our incompetent public servants. They only know how to issue summons but pretend not to know the real problem. They just turn a blind eye to the main issue. It’s plain laziness on their part to conduct an investigation to trace the root of it. In the mean time, the unfortunate motorcycle will keep accumulating a steady stream of summons! Until when? No one knows. Only God will know! Really Langgar!
What a shame! What do you think?