Environmental police? Man drives around HPB parking lot berating cars with engine running, Singapore News


A man approached several motorists in a parking lot to berate them for turning on their engine and allegedly polluting the area.

Stomp contributor Simon said the incident happened in the parking lot of the Health Promotion Board (HPB) building at 3 Second Hospital Avenue on Monday, January 17, at around 12:30 p.m.

Simon, who was sending his daughter to her appointment, says: “This guy knocked on the window of my car and asked me why I had turned on my engine inside the parking lot. I told him I was about to leave the parking lot.

“However, he insisted that turning on the engine would pollute the entire car park and could cause death. He kept talking about pollution. Yet I remained calm.

“He then walked to the back of my car and took pictures of my car license plate number. I approached him and started taking videos of him as he wasn’t even wearing no mask.”

A video Simon shared with Stomp shows him facing the man.

The man, whose mask is under his chin, does not respond verbally but can be seen recording Simon with his phone instead.

The man then begins to walk away and put on his mask properly.

The video also shows him walking around the parking lot and approaching other motorists.

Simon added: “The man approached different cars to write down their license plate numbers with the driver still inside. Some of them had just pulled into the parking lot.

“He wasn’t even driving and was actually riding a small motorbike. So what was his intention in doing all of this???

“In the video you can hear me laughing because I caught him without a mask. I don’t know what his intention is but since he wants to get attention, I’m going to make him famous.”

This article was first published in stomp.

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