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Discussion in 'Newsstand' started by tom911, Mar 8, 2015.
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I wonder, what would their punishment be under Singaporean law?
Ladies do not get caned as a punishment.
It's an exclusive boy's club and even then, strictly for those below 50 years old.
Personally, I think those who "thought it's no big deal" really meant they "thought they would not be caught".
Most places frown on graffiti and consider them criminal and a form of public vandalism.
Graffiti at tourist hotspots and attractions... well, I think it's quite safe to assume it will be considered a criminal offence in almost any country.
Only difference, type of punishment, fine, cane, prison, ban etc
So stick'em in jail for six months (not a fan of caning, male or female). Will generate lots of press and perhaps deter someone else who might otherwise think it isn't a big deal
When I was in Athens last month, I thought graffiti was a national sport there. I have never seen so much graffiti anywhere I've been. Fortunately, nothing at any of the monuments I went to.