27 May '11, 3am

Plucking fruit without permission is an offence

Plucking fruit without permission is an offence

These people were caught on camera trying to help themselves to mangoes from fruit trees in Joo Seng Road, Aljunied. -- PHOTO: STOMP THE low-hanging fruit on roadside trees may be tempting but do not pluck them - unless you have permission - for it is meant for the elderly and disabled, the National Parks Board (NParks) says. It told The Straits Times on Thursday that the harvest is given to its adopted charity, the Handicaps Welfare Association (HWA), which provides activities and rehabilitation for 1,900 people. Read the full report in Friday's edition of The Straits Times.

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