Are you freakin' serious???
I don't know about other scooters, by I have personal painful experience of having my ankle pinned to the ground by the Burgman 650 while it was dragging me along until it settled by the roadside.
When the mirror is first broken off, the edge of the tupperware is in one plane all the way from the dash to the end of the passenger floor board, the grab rail is on the same plane.
That means that when your ankle is pinched between the ground and the edge of the floor board there's no way to pull out your foot, since a substantial amount of the scooter's weight is on your ankle.
When picking up the scooter, the handlebar has to be brought roughly 30" up before the rear wheel touches the ground and weight is taken off your ankle.
Normal motorcycles pose a much lesser risk of trapping your foot like that.
The relatives of the first unfortunate crashed Burgman 650 rider, sustaining only minor injuries in a low-side, only to be trapped and then run over by an inattentive driver while desperately trying to free himself, will have a good case to sue Suzuki.
Do use good boots, to avoid your foot being pinched off in a crash