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Couple that dump oBikes in drain surrender themselves to police

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A 37-year-old air steward and his 36-year-old wife surrendered themselves to the police after a video of them dumping three bicycles into a drain went viral last week.

或许真的是人们乱停泊脚踏车了,但是你们有必要做到这种程度吗????

Posted by Yeoh Pei Ching on Monday, 20 November 2017

According to the Chinese daily, the couple voluntarily surrendered at Bukit Merah East Neighbourhood Police Centre and are assisting in investigations for mischief.

The bike dumping incident appears to be have occurred at Lower Delta Road.

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oBike’s co-founder Edward Chen had said when the video went viral:

“oBike is aware of the video that is currently circulating online and can verify that the bicycles in the video belong to us. It is evident that the perpetrators have damaged our bikes maliciously and we strongly condemn their behaviour. Our operations teams are working closely with the police to identify those responsible.
“oBike was created with the mission to provide a convenient, environmentally-friendly mode of transportation in Singapore and we would like to take this opportunity to encourage civic-mindedness among riders so as to create a pleasant experience for all.”

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