Video of girl in school uniform smoking under void deck goes viral


A video of a girl in school uniform smoking while sitting at a bench at a void deck has been going viral online, with nearly 50,000 views since it was uploaded to Facebook this morning.

In the video captured by an unknown individual sitting close by her, the teenager can be seen sitting on the bench with another young girl and smoking a cigarette. The girl taps the cigarette ash onto the ground as she smokes. After the girl finishes with her cigarette, she flicks the bud onto the ground.

The girl then looks towards the man filming. Calling him “Uncle”, the girl requests another cigarette for herself, prompting the man filming to express surprise in Tamil since she just finished one.

One netizen captured the exchange in a comment on the video:

Smoking under the age of 18 is an offence in Singapore. Convicted persons are liable to a fine of up to $300. Schools may also take disciplinary action against students who are caught contravening underage smoking regulations internally.

Smoking is also prohibited in the majority of indoor locations and selected outdoor locations in Singapore, including void decks. An individual who is caught smoking in a prohibited place is liable on conviction to a fine of $200. If convicted in Court, the offender may be liable to a fine of up to $1,000.

Littering is an offence in Singapore, as well. First time offenders who throw small items like cigarette butts or candy wrappers are typically fined $300. In 2014, the Environmental Public Health Act was revised and the maximum fine for littering offenders was doubled to $2,000 for a first conviction. Repeat offenders can be fined $4,000 for their second conviction, and $10,000 for their third and subsequent convictions.

While some netizens noted that the girl in the video committed all three offences – underage smoking, smoking in a prohibited area, and littering – the majority of netizens slammed the person who took the video for exposing the identity of the girl, whose face can clearly be seen in the clip:

Viral video of woman smoking at Changi Airport that riled Singaporeans is from months ago


  1. Some start smoking young but quit smoking when older,
    Some start smoking when they are older,

    Moral of the story, hide at staircase smoke, take cover, if not, fine $300 or be famous on internet,

    Many Sibeh high moral value people on this island, you know,

  2. she may be doing the wrong thing.. but instead of reporting to NEA go just tell straight to her not to smoke or litter there… the person who video her wanted to SHAME her..

    • Tell her? The way she held the cigarette we knew she is a professional. She would not only not listen to you. She may even turn around and shout molest. Then if we don’t we die, run more die. Best is to report to the schools if we know her school. If not send photos to the authorities.

  3. Did she borrow money from the whistle blower to smoke? She didnt, instead she asked n the whistle blower gave her to smoke, than y did he post this..
    This whistle blower trying to be funny i guess…

  4. I m facing the same problem everyday at my corridor they sit at my corridor smoke and throw the cigarette butt at my door when i advise them they angry and argue with me report town council no use.

  5. If i’m not wrong,the girl is Indian. The video taker base on his speech is also Indian. WELL,the girl is pretty. Trying to hit off BUT rejected ah deii. Sour grape is it? Show your facelah deii!!

  6. C’mon, life is already hard enough here for everybody. Instead of exposing others, think if you yourself are videoed, how would you feel? Get a life.

  7. How to convince the pap ministers to listen when you mother xxx cannot even convince a teenage girl not to smoke and even called kpo ?
    Before you start your drama that the Parliament House is dirty(not that I disagree) , clean up your own void deck first ….
    How to demand the garmen to return your cpf when you cannot even agree with one another whether or not if the little girl should return her cigarette ? I quote : “Mirrors cannot talk back , lucky for you … they cant laugh neither “….

  8. I ll try not to shame people unless I like to be shame.
    Educate instead. Teenagers may think they are rightful to do this to ‘show off’ or being mature or Identity that they knows what they are doing.
    As a mature individuals, guidance is important in Spore Society. Parents need to make end’s meet to compete with the rising costs.
    Shaming a young girl is to ruin her outlook in life. May have a dire consequences.

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