Why would someone take the risk and use stickers to create an unusual zebra crossing on a public road?
We asked the man behind it, Mr Jack Sim, 57, who, incidentally, is the founder of the World Toilet Organization.
The father of four said one reason he did it was to encourage Singaporeans to think out of the box.
Mr Sim said of the design on Meyer Road, which he took two hours to put up on Feb 20: “I’m testing what’s art and what’s graffiti. Yes, people will question my intention, but I just want to enhance the environment.”
He had also e-mailed the Land Transport Authority (LTA) about it.
The LTA has since asked for it to be removed.