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Stomper Lee was driving in a Housing Board (HDB) carpark in Jurong East last month when he witnessed a man spitting on the ground.
Lee said the incident occurred on the morning of March 28, though he is unable to recall the exact location.
The Stomper, who submitted a video of the man spitting on the ground, added: "His saliva and the bacteria could have been there for quite some time.
"This is definitely not a wise thing to do with the coronavirus situation now. He should be more socially responsible."
Under the Environmental Public Health Act, anyone who spits or expels mucus from the nose in public could be fined up to $10,000 for a first-time offence.
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