Scourge of the e-scooter: Pedestrians speak out against PMDs

A common grievance among pedestrians is when personal mobility devices disrupt their peaceful strolls or walks home from work by speeding past them without prior warning. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Two weeks ago, freelance photographer Steven Goh was walking outside Admiralty MRT station when a young e-scooter rider sped through a crowd and crashed into him, bruising his leg.

"He realised he hit me but didn't even stop to apologise," said 54-year-old Mr Goh. "He just gave me a harsh stare and rode off."

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