A man who was the recent victim to an act of intimidation found cloths soaked in blood left hanging over his motorbike.
The man, Ruzaily Orton posted on social media that he had just bought the motorbike from a workshop a few weeks ago, but rarely used it as he had another motorbike for his delivery job.
He wrote that the incident happened on Tuesday, October 15, sometime during the night as he had only parked his motorbike at 11pm that evening.
Along with sharing photos, he said that cloths soaked with blood and with blood stains were hung on the windshield of his motorbike and tied to the stand as well. Orton also wrote that there was blood wiped on the side of his motorbike.
He wrote, “A police report have (sic) been made. It happened at tampines street 45 at MSCP blk 492 at level 2. Appreciate it if anyone saw anything happened or have any information that can help on that night of this unfortunate event that had happened to my bike and come foward (sic) to assist the police in their investigation”.
He added that the purpose of his post was also to alert whoever had committed the crime that the motorbike had a new owner, and that he was not their intended target. Seemingly exasperated, he added, “Fyi I 100% confirm I know i didn’t do anything wrong, because i got no time to entertain all this kind of gangsterism act (sic) because I’m always busy working my long hours job (sic) most of the day like most singaporean (sic) trying to earn a decent living”.
“Please stop all this nonsense and do something much more useful with your life”, he said.
Upon speaking to Ruzaily, he explained that the culprit saw his Facebook post and owned up. “He wanted to meet me at the carpark because he was not happy about the post therefore i called the police to come to the carpark and settle this in a civilised way”.
“The blood is from his foot, he claimed that he accidentally hit my side stand and caused the bleeding. He blamed me because he said my side stand was too sharp. Fyi, I park very nicely at the lot and didn’t park anyhow. Even the police officer asked him this question “if you accidentally hit a bike at the carpark, is it the bike owner fault?” Orton said.
His full post: /TISG
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