Sticker Lady is vandalism? Talk Cock Only

I don’t know what went through the Sticker Lady’s mind as she went about determinedly spreading her sticker messages. Probably it was This is great fun and if caught so what? And with widespread police surveillance cameras it was only a matter of time.

Reading some of her sticker messages certainly made me laugh, and given the daily bleak economic news it’s something for which I’m grateful to be honest eg. Press to time travel, press to stop time, hahaha.

“My grandfather road” may be seen by some to have political undertones but to my mind it’s supremely applicable to many reckless and dangerous drivers who seem to be tired of living. With the strange reluctance of the Traffic Police to patrol our roads and expressways, Sticker Lady is doing more for road safety than anyone else. Shame on the Traffic Police for taking cover.

What are the authorities trying to prove here? That the law is the law and must be upheld at all cost? I have my doubts. If Sticker Lady had belonged to a member of the political elite or an FT(foreign talent), the online chatter is that the authorities would not be taking it so seriously. Perhaps, a public lecture and stern warning would have sufficed.

I’m sure the police have more urgent and important things to do. Like fighting crime for example? Why tie up precious time, manpower and resources over a minor matter? If pasting stickers is a crime then what about those advertising tuition services on lamp posts and bus shelters? I’m sure it’s not beyond SPF’s ability to trace the culprits?

If there are more copycat versions of Sticky Lady, will SPF be chasing them all over the island? Imagine the headlines: Another Sticker Lady? Sticker Man on the prowl, Sticker Lady 2 Arrested. Elderly arrested for selling stickers etc.

Thank you Sticker Lady for injecting some humour into our drab lives even if our dour bureaucrats don’t appreciate it. Singapore needs more creative people like you who dare to challenge the status quo.

Now, if only there’s a “Press for regime change” sticker.

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