Singapore man fined for public peeFebruary 25th, 2009 - 6:05 pm ICT by IANS
Singapore, Feb 25 (DPA) Giving in to a natural urge in public proved costly for a Singapore taxi driver. The cabby was fined the maximum 1,000 Singapore dollars ($655) Wednesday for urinating on a road, a news report said.
The driver had alighted from his taxi and urinated behind an electrical box, the online edition of the Straits Times newspaper said. He ignored shouts by another car driver and his companions to stop.
Eventually, the other driver took down the registration number of his taxi and reported it to authorities.
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