Singapore has reached an all-new low. Our self-proclaimed first world public transport has stunned us again. No, it's not another breakdown or train fault, but a problem with the toilet sign.
An eagle-eyed netizen complained to SMRT that one of its MRT stations had a problematic toilet sign. Who will actually print braille on a piece of paper? The toilet sign is supposed to be friendly to those who are visually impaired but printing braille on an A4 paper does not enable them to read at all!
Is this really first world or first class public transport? How come simple things also cannot do properly? Should we laugh or cry?