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It is 2023 and high-rise littering remains a problem in Singapore.
Stomper M was at the foot of Block 120 Pending Road in Bukit Panjang on Feb 8 at 1.40pm when someone threw something down from the block.
"When I shouted, 'Hey!' I think I heard some uncles speaking in Hokkien," said the Stomper.
He shared a photo of what he found on the ground: a plastic bag with some brown liquid, a plastic straw and a few pieces of ice.
It looked like someone threw away an unfinished bag of teh peng.
"And I can tell this was not the first time," said the Stomper, who also shared a photo of a National Environment Agency signboard chained onto a lamp post.
The signboard said: "Enforcement in progress. One high-rise littering captured at this area. We thank the community for your support."
Printed in smaller print at the bottom: "Investigation is on-going. The offender faces a court fine of up to $10,000."
You would think that would be enough to stop people.