In a video clip widely circulated online, Mr Ramesh was heard hurling vulgarities at the poor security guard for asking his visitors to pay $10 to park overnight at his condo.
The security guard noted in his report that Ramesh was aggressive towards him and he let him park inside the car park without paying eventually to avoid aggravating the matter.
In a press statement released last night, the Association of Certified Security Agencies strongly condemned Ramesh’s behavior and urged the Attorney-General to investigate the matter and press for a deterrent sentence.
However, being an elite CECA banker invited by the pro-foreigner PAP regime to work in Singapore, it is unlikely that the police will take action against Ramesh.
On the contrary, the security guard may get arrested and charged under Singapore’s new anti-doxxing law for publishing Ramesh’s personal details online.