Hit-and-run driver leaves note saying 'no scratches found' -- but look at bike's damage

Submitted by Stomper Grace

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Stomper Grace is appealing for witnesses of a hit-and-run incident that happened between Jan 28 and Jan 29 at the open carpark of Block 341, Jurong East Ave 1.

According to the Stomper, her boyfriend had parked his white CBR1000 motorbike near the gantry of the carpark at 2pm on Jan 28.

When he returned the next day at around 7pm, he was shocked to find his bike covered with scratches.

The culprit left a handwritten note that read: "I’m sorry I accidentally hit your bike when I reversed. Everything seems fine and no scratches."

The hit-and-run driver did not leave their particulars and contact details on the note.

The matter has since been reported to the police, according to a Facebook post made by the Stomper’s boyfriend.

Grace said:

"The whole of the right side of the bike was filled with scratches, including a damaged throttle.

"We would appreciate if any witnesses could come forward to provide us any in-car camera footage, or if any passers-by who witnessed this could contact us.


Kindly contact Stomp at stomp@stomp.con.sg or WhatsApp 9384 3761 if you have any information about the incident.