I saw this sign at Narita Airport, which I thought rather witty of the Japanese immigration department. It may also apply to teen wannabe gangsters who go to chalets in Pasir Ris.
Two boys and two girls, between 14 and 18 years old, were recently arrested by cops for packing kitchen choppers at Costa Sands Resort in Pasir Ris, according to this report.
One guy had a chopper under his shirt while one of the girls stashed her chopper in her handbag.
You can say that these teen gangbangers were not the sharpest knives in the drawer. My advice to those who plan to pack a kitchen chopper under their shirts and hang out at chalets:
A) Pasir Ris is crawling with cops now. It may be better to lay low and stay home, maybe use the chopper to help your mother chop vegetables, instead of brazenly walking into an area where a gang-related murder took place just weeks ago.
B) Don't fall down.
I don't think the cops are going to buy an excuse like "Oh, our choppers are for a birthday party and that ice-cream cake is very hard to cut lor!" or "I am a teenage trainee butcher. Really!"
Choppers in handbags also make it hard for you to reach in and grab your ez-link card. Not to mention the damage it can do to your LV bag.
Perhaps it is time to find a new way to settle scores. Play some chess, maybe.