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A woman being a PUBIC nuisance on Middle Road. No, that's not a typo

A woman being a PUBIC nuisance on Middle Road. No, that's not a typo

jameskarlchan

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You probably have seen a video that went viral recently about a woman removing her clothes in anger on Middle Road. She even went as far as pulling down her panties!

If you haven’t, here’s the video courtesy of Roads.sg

In the video, you can see a woman taking off her clothes in response to a man (a cab driver) walking away from her. She is believed to have done this to play the victim card and make false accusations that the cab driver was the one who did it to her.

Crucial eye witness account

An eye witness of the incident posted the video on Roads.sg

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According to the witness, he saw the lady kicking the cab. She then began chasing the cab driver, scratching, punching and going all bat shit crazy.

The driver did not retaliate to her provocation.

So what triggered this?

There have been no reports (as of yet) as to what led to this behaviour, but theories are being thrown around on social media.

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Even I would be offended. At least give me $10

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What happened in the end

In a recent STOMP article posted earlier today, it’s been confirmed that the lady, a 31-year old woman was arrested for PUBLIC nuisance. Yeap, I spelt that one right.

You can read the full article here

 

Header image by STOMP



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The taxi driver can counter sue her for flashing and obscene behaviour..

Imagine the flasher was a guy the story would have been different.. 

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Somehow everytime I see the screenshot on MCF main page, it reminded me of this NBCB girl... :XD: and my imagination start to run wild... :nosebleed::nosebleed:

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