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Man uploads video to shame DHL delivery driver, gets online backlash instead

Man uploads video to shame DHL delivery driver, gets online backlash instead

jameskarlchan

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Here's a perfect example of how public shaming can come and bite you in the ass.

In a recent video uploaded on Singapore Incidents' YouTube channel, an angry man chases down and confronts a DHL Delivery driver because the DHL driver allegedly pointed the middle finger at him.

Here's the video if you haven't already seen it.

In the video, the incident begins along the KPE when the DHL van does an e-brake in front of our angry man, who is driving behind the DHL van.

Angry man proceeds to sound his displeasure with a couple of honks. Ideally, this should be the end of the story for most people. But, no. The angry man then proceeds to chase the DHL van like some road vigilante.

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As soon as angry man's car is parallel to the DHL van, we hear some cries of displeasure before he grabs his mobile device* (which was recording the whole incident) to capture DHL driver's face on video.

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*This is a chargeable offence by the way

The video cuts off and jumps to the DHL driver sitting on the floor and speaking in dialect (Hokkien I think?) trying to justify his actions.

It's not clear how they ended up out of their vehicles.

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Angry man then demands an apology from the DHL driver for pointing the middle finger at him. We think the finger-pointing might have happened when both their vehicles were parallel to one another (in the camera's blind spot).

The DHL driver humbles himself and apologises in both Hokkien and English. But, angry man can't let sleeping dogs lie and submitted this video to shame the DHL driver.

What the people say

He should have just let it go after the apology and maybe he thought netizens would rally behind him. But, boy oh boy, was he wrong.

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What do you think?



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