Man gets driving ban, fine for speeding while out buying durians with friend during circuit breaker

SINGAPORE: A man who left his house to buy durians with a friend during the “circuit breaker”, when all social gatherings were banned, was later caught speeding when his friend filmed the speedometer and posted an incriminating clip on social media.

Nazar-Rushdy Nazar Rosly, 21, was fined S$3,000 and given a year’s driving ban in court on Monday (Nov 9).

He pleaded guilty to one count of dangerous driving and one charge of breaching a COVID-19 regulation by meeting an individual not from his household for a social purpose – to buy durians.

A third charge of leaving his home during the circuit breaker to meet another individual was taken into consideration.

The court heard that Nazar-Rushdy drove his car along the Central Expressway towards Seletar Expressway at 11.30pm on May 9 at a dangerous speed.

He drove at a speed of 160kmh on a stretch of road

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Can HOA fine me for removing ‘Wear Your Mask’ signs?

Q: My condo association is fining me for flier removal and vandalism. They are accusing me of removing “Wear Your Mask” signs from our building’s main doors. I looked through our condo rules and documents and found nothing about flier removal. The condo president wants to make up some rules under his “emergency powers.” Can I be fined for this? — Dennis

A: To start with, you cannot remove signs or notices put up by your association leadership. Period.

If you disagree with how your board of directors is doing their job, you can run for the board at the next election or file a lawsuit, in extreme situations.

While it is understandable that you are upset because you feel your association is overstepping their authority, you are doing the same thing when you take the law into your own hands.

To put it differently, you cannot try to

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Over $35.5 Million Sold Through HiBid.com Last Week; Bidding Now Open for Fine Art, Antiques, Farm Machinery, Vintage Audio Equipment, and More

OCALA, Fla., Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — HiBid.com facilitated the sale of more than $35.5 million (gross auction proceeds) in assets last week, with 1,131 auctions held on the site from October 19th through the 25th. With 834,000 bidders submitting 1.39 million bids per day, on average, auctioneers sold more than 392,000 lots during the course of the week. On Friday alone, the auction platform experienced a record number of auction lots for sale in one day, with that total surpassing 740,000 lots.

HiBid works seamlessly with Auction Flex, a comprehensive auction management platform. HiBid supports webcast auctions, internet-only auctions, and absentee bidding.

October 19th-25th HiBid.com Highlights
Gross auction proceeds: $35,546,528 (USD)
Gross merchandise volume: $48,640,568 (USD)
Lots sold: 392,350
Online-only auctions: 1,042
Webcast auctions: 89
Average bidders per day: 834,000
Average bids per day: 1.39 million

Current Auctions
The information below highlights just a few of the

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