Have you ever bought contraband cigarettes in Geylang? Beware, someone's watching

Submitted by Stomper Mike

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Stomper Mike sent a screenshot showing a notice issued to a recipient about the consequences of purchasing contraband cigarettes.

In the notice sent by the Singapore Customs, the recipient was informed a driver/passenger in a vehicle he owned was caught purchasing duty-unpaid cigarettes at Lorong 20 Geylang.

He was told that buying, selling, conveying, delivering, storing, keeping, having in possession or dealing with duty-unpaid goods are serious offences.

He was later instructed not to allow his vehicle to be used for 'duty-unpaid cigarette activities'.

It is unclear if the recipient was personally involved in the purchasing of the contraband cigarettes.

Another notice shows a fine slip from the NEA issued to a man who spat in public behind Bedok Point.

The recipient was informed that he had spat or expelled mucus onto a public place, and was fined $300.

If he failed to do so, he will have to appear in court.

In a WhatsApp message, the Stomper said that the notices were circulating online.

They serve as a reminder for members of the public not to break the law, and that there will be consequences for those who get caught.

Have a look at the notices in the gallery above.