Driver Who Took Video Of PM Lee’s Son Fined & Disqualified From Driving

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If you get into someone else’s car and they start filming you while driving, you know straight up that that’s a cause for concern.

Firstly, you’d question if you’re that good looking. Secondly, it’s just quite simply dangerous.

So it’s no surprise that the man who did all the above, Andrew Sim Kay Yong, 32, was fined $900 and disqualified from driving for eight months for a traffic offence.

What Happened

Sim took videos of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s son while giving him a free ride home. He had persuaded Mr Li Yipeng, 37, to get into his car.

For some reason, he started to film himself asking Mr Li questions with regards to “various issues”.

On 14 November, Sim pleaded guilty to one charge under the Road Traffic Act.

So how did he even come across Mr Li Yipeng you ask?

Well, he must have sharp eyesight because he spotted Mr Li at the taxi stand at the Esplanade Mall on 15 March. He immediately recognized that he was PM Lee’s son.

He then asked Mr Li if he wanted a ride. At first, he said he didn’t want a ride but after talking to Sim for a while, he agreed and requested to be driven to Rochalie Drive. He then used his Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (android fans where you at?) to film videos of Mr Li.

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