A 24-year-old Singaporean man was charged in court on Monday (Sep 13) after he was seen allegedly wakeboarding at a World War II memorial.We should also set goals in the game as well. xo slot If today is not friends' day, then we should not continue to be dogmatic. Of course, it wouldn't be a good result for your friends.Stephan Kovalkov was charged with wilfully interfering with a national monument under the Preservation of Monuments Act. On Jul 18, the police received a report on an incident of wakeboarding at the War Memorial Park, said the police and the National Heritage Board (NHB) in a joint news release.Investigations revealed that on Jul 17, 2021, a 24-year-old man had "allegedly engaged in boatless wakeboarding" at the Civilian War Memorial. Investigations are also ongoing against four other people, aged between 18 and 24, who were allegedly involved in assisting the man with his act. "The police do not condone acts that deface, damage or interfere with National Monuments and perpetrators will be dealt with firmly, in accordance with the law," said the authorities. For wilfully defacing, damaging or otherwise interfering with any National Monument, offenders may be fined up to S$30,000, jailed up to six months, or both.