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Latest ‘loophole’ in PMD footpath ban sees rider rolling on top of sheltered walkway

It sure must be tough being an owner of an e-scooter in Singapore these days. 

No riding allowed on footpaths, no riding allowed on roads, no riding on grass turfs (that’s a $5,000 fine), and definitely no riding on drain gratings unless you want to get thrown in jail.

So what’s the next best workaround for someone who really, really wants to commute via e-scooter? Risk broken bones by riding on top of sheltered walkways then? 

Why not, thought this particularly roguish e-scooter rider. 

What do you think?

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