A rich Indian man who claims to be named Ramesh was caught on video arguing with his condominium's security guards. The security guards informed Ramesh and his visitors that they have to pay $10 to visit. However, Ramesh went on to scold the security guards who were just trying to enforce the rules.
Ramesh claims that he paid $1.5 million the condo and therefore should be allowed visitors for free especially on a Diwali weekend. However, don't you think that it's ridiculous that he can pay $1.5 million for a condo but not $10 for his visitors. He compared Diwali to Chinese New Year to the security guards telling them that he must have visitors on Diwali.
You can watch the video here:
Of course, this video went viral to the anger of Singaporeans. They even began to find out his workplace (he's a high flyer at JP Morgan) and questioned why he is being so cheap as to not even want to pay a measly $10 which was just a small fraction of his pay for his visitors.
Rich FTs have always been doing such things to Singaporeans. The poor security guard had to stand there and take his verbal insults and vulgarities. We hope that the authorities will do something about this.
And of course some PAP ministers came out to talk about this. But we wonder who brought these FT into Singapore in the first place?