25 year old woman arrested for spraying ‘My Grandfather Road’ graffiti signs on various roads in Singapore
Posted by temasektimes on June 5, 2012
A 25 year old woman has been arrested by the police for painting graffiti on several roads in Singapore, including the tongue-in-cheek “MY GRANDFATHER ROAD” on Maxwell Road directly facing the Ministry of National Development.
She was also allegedly behind the circular, black-and-white stickers with captions such as “Press to time travel”, “Anyhow press police catch” and “Press to Nirvana” which were pasted along Lau Pa Sat and on road traffic signs along Robinson Road in recent weeks.
The graffiti was spotted by the Land Transport Authority which proceeded to lodge a police report. The police found several paint-stained stencils and stacks of stickers at the suspect’s house and have since seized them for investigation.
Speaking to queries from the media, the police said they take a serious view of such irresponsible actions and warned that offenders will be dealth with severely.