The sight of a woman throwing shoes down from the third floor of a HDB flat should be surprising to many.
But for Yishun residents don’t appear to be flustered, saying that they can relate and that such siao lang antics occur frequently.
In a video shared on social media on Mon (27 Mar), a woman was seen throwing several pairs of shoes from the common corridor of the flat for close to a minute.
The shoes landed on the first floor, and one pair even landed inside a joss paper bin.
Fortunately, no one was hit by the tossed shoes.
While Yishun residents might find such antics quaint, Singaporeans living outside of Yishun have raised the prospect of a wall built around the estate due to the sheer amount of crazy behaviour exhibited there over the years.
Under the Environmental Public Health Act 1987, any individual who commits a littering offence may be fined up to $2,000 for a first conviction, $4,000 for a second conviction and $10,000 for the third and subsequent convictions.