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Lions Club of Singapore member caught on camera moving man’s motorcycle from parking lot without permission




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Community and humanitarian service group Lions Club of Singapore has come under fire after members or volunteers of the group were caught on camera moving the motorcycle of a member of the public from a parking lot without permission.

The motorcyclist, Raz Lee, shared online that this is not the first time Lions Club members have moved his motorcycle from his legal parking lot. He took to Facebook and shared that individuals representing the group have repeatedly done so despite his attempts to reach out to them:

“I dont really like to expose or viral stuff as it could backfire back to me. But in this case, i have no choice. My bike was seen shifted here and there several time by this organization named “lions club of singapore” whereby they will unload fruits and vegetables for the elderly so called charity. But this isn’t the way to deal with charity. Aren’t you guys professional enough to do it in a proper channel?
“Firstly, my bike was shifted away from the motorcycle lot, secondly their big lorry park in the lot where they shifted my bike and its illegal plus it’s not a loading/unloading bay. Causes obstruction to other vehicle. Thirdly, boxes and basket were seen scattered all over the places. And lastly, whatever happen towards my bike, are you guys going to be responsible? I doubt so.
“Confronted them once and yet they do it again. And so i personally emailed the organisation itself but there were no response. Emailed the town council, traffic police, lta but was told that they will refer to the authority in charge. Up till now nothing happen. Called the police but i think next year then they will reach to my location. I hope u guys will not be experiencing the same thing as me. Here are the proof of them doing their “charity” work”

Posted by Raz Lee on Saturday, 2 December 2017

I dont really like to expose or viral stuff as it could backfire back to me. But in this case, i have no choice. My bike…

Posted by Raz Lee on Saturday, 2 December 2017

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