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Driver who parked illegally in spot for disabled unapologetically smiled at paralympian

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Facebook user Kalai Vanen shared several pictures of two cars parked in a disabled parking lot. He captioned the pictures: “Annoying. Unapologetic and smiling, even after I told him not to do it the next time. We’ve got a long way to go. #hdb #lta #mccy #sgenable”

https://www.facebook.com/kalai.vanen/posts/1842509329336137

Mr Kalai is a paralympian powerlifter who made his debut representing Singapore at the December 2015 Paralympic Games. He lost one of his legs to cancer 30 years ago.

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