Thursday , February 25 2021

Scooters compete on cascades and climb up the price trough, being treated as "skate park"

The young on the scooters were caught on a video that carried out cascades and climbed onto a parapet at Cenotaph in Esplanade Park.

Cenotaf is a military monument, reminiscent of the victims of the men who died during the First World War.

Stomper Mr. Tan Stomp warned on a video event and said: "Wah, this is happening here on military memory. Is it allowed?"

The video was originally published by Facebook user Shaq A. Mohd on November 17 at 18.30 and the following day was shared on a website with websites in Singapore.

The video begins with a scooter, which turns from the right side of the screen over the shoes in front.

A large group of adolescents is shown on the stairs.

Most of them also have scooters with them.

There are bags that lie around the area, and more scooters drivers try to skate over the steps.

Some scooter drivers are children, some of which are also visible by interlacing the parapets.

Many Facebook users reacted negatively to seeing the video and responding to the commentary's commentary in order to express their dissatisfaction.

Facebook user Abdul Malik Mohammed Ghazali called the scooters to turn to a war monument as if they were a skate park.

Facebook user Ng Ming Jie advised them to go to the skate park.

Facebook user Kian Wee Max felt that the war veterans who died for Singapore were unhappy.

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