Disgusting moment a father is spotted leaving a soiled NAPPY on top of another motorist’s car
- A father was given soiled nappy from partner placed it on bonnet of another car
- Jonathan Lee was disgusted to find the nappy on his car and shared footage
- The disgusting incident reported to Singapore’s National Environmental Agency
- Mr Lee hopes someone finds the father and tells him to not do that again
A driver has been left fuming after a father threw a soiled nappy on the bonnet of his car.
Jonathan Lee shared the disgusting moment the man was handed a full nappy from his partner and then chucked it on his car at Singapore’s Tampines Mall on Saturday.
After completing his shopping, Mr Lee came back to his car and was repulsed at finding the nappy on his car.
‘Naturally I was incensed to find the used nappy on my car,’ Mr Lee told Daily Mail Australia
‘Naturally I was incensed to find the used nappy on my car,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.
‘Before viewing the video, I had thought that someone might have accidentally placed the nappy on my car after changing their kid. That would not anger me as much to be honest.
‘However, after viewing the video and I found that the guy actually did that on purpose, I knew that this needed to be made known to the public and hopefully people who know him could educate him on how to be a decent person.’
Hoping to get some sense of mind, Mr Lee reported the appalling incident to Singapore’s National Environmental Agency (NEA), who deal with public hygiene issues such as littering.
‘They have taken a statement of facts from me and informed that they will be contacting the guy in the video,’ he said.
‘Nothing much was said though.’
Mr Lee also shared the grim video online and it has already received more than 1.7million times, 12,000 likes and 27,000 shares
Mr Lee also shared the grim video online and it has already received more than 1.7million views, 12,000 likes and 27,000 shares.
‘Things now blew to such an epic proportion, I do not know if he really deserves this,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.
‘Anyway, he should know who I am by now, and I haven’t heard anything from him until now.
‘So I assume that he does not feel guilty or ashamed of what he did.’
Social media users expressed their outrage and sympathised with Mr Lee over the unfortunate event.
‘What a sh*t head,’ one person wrote.
‘Disgusting act. Show his face to the whole world,’ another wrote.
‘Such terrible mannerisms. Hope he’ll learn to be a better person someday,’ someone else commented.
‘Hope the mall managements bar this car from their car park next time,’ another comment read.
‘Our society is becoming ridiculously inconsiderate,’ someone else wrote.
‘Our society is becoming ridiculously inconsiderate,’ someone wrote on Facebook