By now, even the cats living in Yishun would know about GO-JEK, and it’s not because of their repeated rapping advertisements or the CNY advertisement song from SGAG.
We know about GO-JEK through a ‘kidnapping’ incident that isn’t exactly a plot of Taken.
So far, the GO-JEK driver has been called for an interview with LTA and it “went well”—however, given that he posted the video on social media, he could receive 21 demerit points in the Vocational Licence Demerit Points System (VLPS) and that would revoke his vocational licence, rendering him jobless as he’s driving GO-JEK full-time.
Nevertheless, it’s pointless to speculate the outcome, because like what Mr Tuvok once said, “I’d rather not engage in speculation. It is a dangerous pastime.”
The driver is allowed to continue driving, and LTA is trying to understand more from both the driver and the passenger.
When asked whether both parties are willing to meet up to resolve the situation, both are not open to the idea.
Now wait—does that mean the passenger has spoken?
As the matter of fact, yes: Straits Times somehow managed to communicate with the passenger, though her responses are pretty limited.
In Taiwan Previously
Previously, when Straits Times communicated with her, she was in Taiwan, and had not made a police report, though she was “thinking about it”. It’s also unknown if she was the one who filed the complaint against the driver.
In addition, during that period, GO-JEK has not contacted her, but it seems like LTA has also contacted her for an interview.