08 May 2013 18:00
Graffiti cases that made headlines in Singapore

While some were borne out of plain mischief, others were considered works of art

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Street artist Samantha Lo, dubbed Sticker Lady for spray-painting Singlish phrases on several roads and pasting stickers on public properties, was on Wednesday sentenced to perform 240 hours of community service within a year.

The online arts magazine founder, who pleaded guilty to seven counts of mischief, was also issued with a Day Reporting Order for three months, where she has to report to a reporting centre for supervision and counseling.

In 2012, Lo, 26, spray-painted the words 'My Grandfather Buildings' onto walls and 'MY GRANDFATHER ROAD' on several roads including Maxwell Road, Robinson Road, Enggor Street, Telegraph Street and Old Tampines Road.

Lo and her accomplice, Anthony Chong, also pasted cheeky stickers bearing slogans such as 'Anyhow Paste Kena Fine' and “Anyhow Press Police Catch' on a road traffic signs.

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