Shared services being abused: Why can’t we just share

CCTV image of children turning a self-service laundromat into a playground. Instawash Laundry Services says children are often seen squeezing themselves inside the machines.
CCTV image of children turning a self-service laundromat into a playground. Instawash Laundry Services says children are often seen squeezing themselves inside the machines.PHOTO: INSTAWASH

Some Singaporeans cannot look after things, it seems.

Cases of shared services being misused are not new, with photos of bicycles upended in fields and supermarket trolleys abandoned in void decks having gone viral on social media in the past.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 18, 2018, with the headline 'Airing our dirty linen: Why S'poreans abuse shared assets'. Print Edition | Subscribe