Inconsiderate Behaviour

I used to see shopping trolleys belonging to NTUC Fairprice at locations other than at its premises. The users brought their purchases homes together with the trolleys. Instead of returning them to NTUC Fairprice outlets, they left them anywhere they pleased. This is selfish behaviour. Trolleys are meant for the convenience of shoppers for use in the supermarket. Missing trolleys deprive others from using them. NTUC Fairprice has to spend time and resources to recover these trolleys.

Now, I see the same pattern with bicycles from bike-sharing companies. These bicycles are placed haphazardly in locations that are not appropriate, eg. bus stops, pathways for pedestrians. I also do not understand why some people throw bicycles into a canal. It is as if the canal is the logical place for bicycles.

Worse still, some of these bicycles have missing seats. How can one ride one without a seat?

Bike thrown from a bridge above the canal

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