of racing on what I think are the cleanest streets in the world.
Stage the same event in London, or some of our other major cities and you would have to spend a week picking up left-over McDonalds meals and sundry items of trash that empty-headed fools sling from their cars and buses at every opportunity.
I was on the Singapore Underground some years ago, not a speck of dirt or litter to be seen. Mind you, it's a spell in Changhi if they see you drop litter, this may well contribute to the pristine condition.
Singaporeans grow up knowing that they'll be punished quite severely for what we, in this country have come to accept as trivial offences. I go there to work fairly often, and have been doing so for a long time; I've come to like Singapore and its people immensely, but the government's human rights record is a disgrace.
I would rather live in a free country with dirty streets than live on a clean street in a place where I could be detained indefinitely without any charge being brought against me.