Disgusting moment when a father is seen leaving a polluted NAPPY on top of another car driver's car
- A father got a dirty diaper from his partner and placed it on the hood of another car
- Jonathan Lee was disgusted by finding the diaper in his car and sharing images
- The disgusting incident reported to the National Environmental Agency of Singapore
- Lee hopes that someone will find the father and says that he should not do that again
A driver was left smoking after a father threw a dirty diaper on the hood of his car.
Jonathan Lee shared the disgusting moment when the man got a full diaper from his partner and threw it in his car at the Tampines Mall in Singapore on Saturday.
After he did his shopping, Mr. Lee came back to his car and was disgusted when he found the diaper in his car.
& # 39; Of course I was furious to find the used diaper in my car, & # 39; Lee told Daily Mail Australia
& # 39; Of course I was furious to find the used diaper in my car, & # 39; he told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; Before I saw the video, I thought someone accidentally placed the diaper on my car after changing their child. That wouldn't make me so angry to be honest.
& # 39; But after watching the video and I found out that the man did it on purpose, I knew it had to be announced to the public and hopefully people who know him could teach him how to be a decent person. & # 39 ;
Hoping to get some peace of mind, Mr. Lee reported the terrible incident to the National Environmental Agency (NEA) of Singapore, which deals with public hygiene issues such as litter.
& # 39; They have taken a statement of facts from me and have indicated that they will contact the man in the video, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; However, not much has been said. & # 39;
Lee has also shared the grim video online and has received it over 1.7 million times, 12,000 likes and 27,000 shares
Lee has also shared the grim video online and has already received more than 1.7 million views, 12,000 likes and 27,000 shares.
& # 39; Things turned out to be so epic now, I don't know if he really deserves this & # 39 ;, he told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; Anyway, he should know who I am now, and so far I have not heard from him.
& # 39; So I assume he doesn't feel guilty or ashamed of what he did. & # 39;
Social media users expressed indignation and sympathized with Mr. Lee for the unfortunate event.
& # 39; What a head, & # 39; wrote a person.
& # 39; Disgusting act. Show his face to the whole world, & another person wrote.
& # 39; What horrible manners. I hope someday he'll learn to be a better person, & someone else commented.
& # 39; I hope the shopping center management will remove this car from their parking garage next time, & # 39; read another comment.
& # 39; Our society is becoming ridiculously inconsiderate & # 39 ;, someone else wrote.
& # 39; Our society is becoming ridiculously inconsiderate & # 39 ;, someone wrote on Facebook
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