STOMPer Stanley is upset to see that the park connecter beside Kallang MRT has become a haven for foreign workers, who leave behind piles of rubbish every weekend.
The STOMPer wrote:
"I am a long-time resident in Kallang-Moulmein GRC.
"The park connector beside Kallang MRT used to be a clean and scenic area, where residents can take a relaxing stroll and enjoy the greenery.
"However, ever since it has become a dating hot spot for Bangladesh men and Indonesian/Filipino women every Sunday, it has been quickly converted to a huge rubbish dump.
"The park connector has become their favourite spot for picnics and disturbing make-out sessions, whereby they engage in french kissing and heavy petting behaviour openly.
"I was never against these foreign workers dating and enjoying their Sunday afternoons at the park connector, but everywhere they go, they leave behind a trail of rubbish without fail, as if they are in their own country.
"I have been tolerating this phenomenon, which has been going on for at least three months, before I decided that enough is enough and decided to post their actions here.
"In the beginning, cleaners would at least clear out the rubbish in the following week. However, this littering problem has become so serious that the cleaners now seem helpless about it, and the same pile of rubbish would pile up in a corner and still can be seen after 2 weeks.
"Most of the rubbish has been covered up by dead leaves, and I believe more filth can be exposed if the leaves are dug up. Worst of all, I have even seen them throwing rubbish into the river and polluting our waterway.
"Beside the park connector is a sign erected by PUB appealing to the public to keep our waterways clean by not littering, but these foreigners seem to disregard it totally.
"I've always had great confidence in our NEA officers who seem to be highly efficient in apprehending litterbugs who so much so as drop a parking coupon/flick a cigarette butt onto the ground, and I hope they can quickly do something about this phenomenon which has been troubling the residents here greatly."