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Road rage causes man to leave car without mask!

Road rage causes man to leave car without mask!

chitchatboy

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Another day, another road rage incident.

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This time round, we see a driver coming out of his Audi Q5, shouting at the top of his lungs and taunting the camera car's driver to come out of his car.

As seen from SG Road Vigilante, this person (and yes, he isn't wearing a mask) can be heard clearly spewing tons and tons of vulgarities. Definitely not child friendly in our opinion!

Of course, the video, which was shot a week ago on 20th of April, only shows one side of the whole incident. We have no idea what caused the man in the SAF Infantry singlet to be so worked up.

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On another note, we can't help but be reminded of the Grab rider bubble tea incident that happened last week...

 



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cut these man some slack. But he is really very rowdy. He needs to upgrade his car's blind spot detection le. 😂

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ang kong siao beri the fierce lor...kena section 55 then uplorry :grin:

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drive audi...rich people..no problem in SG. Just hire a lawyer say, got stressed out, the just a warning. happily on the road again. 

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Will get $1,000 Fine for Foul Words,$300 for not wearing Mask....& maybe a short stay @ Changi chalets for Road Rage.

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Report LTA, Police and TP. No mask and road rage. Disgrace all the Infantry men leh!

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Kyrios

On 4/27/2020 at 6:09 PM, mikk123 said:

drive audi...rich people..no problem in SG. Just hire a lawyer say, got stressed out, the just a warning. happily on the road again. 

Looks like coe renewed model

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