This was taken just outside the Marina Square carpark opposite the Marina Promenade in Singapore. According to the Singapore Police Force’s homepage, handphone driving “is an inconsiderate and dangerous act that poses a threat to other road-users. The act distracts drivers and reduces their ability to control their vehicles and to react to changes in road situations“. Four scenarios were listed among the list of offending examples: 1) Paging for someone while driving, 2) Sending SMS/MMS messages while driving, 3) Making a call while driving and, 4) Receiving a call while driving.
I wonder if they should add a fifth one: Chatting on the phone while driving a road sweeper