There was not even a skip but a big bang. It was like 7:00 ~ 7:30am yesterday morning when I heard it. A motorcyclist was picking up his motorcycle and by the looks of it, he probably went
too fast over the speed bum and fell. He was adjusting the motorcycle handle and I noticed that the handle cover was dislocated and he failed to start the engine.
I was then suspicious when the rider was looking at the car behind him. I sensed from his body language that he had somehow knocked or crashed into the car before he fell to the ground. So, as usual, me the KPC took the photo of this fellow and the bike, just in case.
This does not show in the photo but the registration number of the bike is PEN 4908 and the rider had a walkie talkie with him, so 1 + 1 = our security guard, it adds up, right? I was also very surprised that none of our uniformed guards came to investigate the incident as the sound of the bang was quite loud.
As I was going for breakfast, I noticed that Mr Teh (victim / car owner, 14th floor) was kinda angry and he had a camera ( I believe to take a photo of the damage), it was then that I saw the extend of the damage. The rear skirting of his car was damaged. I told him about the incident and told him to report the case to security in charge and management office.
In the evening, Teh told me that the security boss would like to verify the photo and we showed the photo to get compensation. The security boss nodded and I guess the security guard was responsible.
If it is so, I am really disappointed that the security guard did not immediately report the accident to any of the security guards around. To me, it was like "If you don't tell, I don't tell, then nobody will know". At least, he should have the courtesy to inform the owner and apologize for the incident. Of course, have to pay la, say sorry only, not enough wor...
I hope Teh gets his compensation....