Not happy with being overtaken or high beamed at? Why not try jamming your brakes so that the car that offended you can crash into you?
That's what this Maserati Quattroporte driver did when the camera car behind beamed him.
According SG Road Vigilante's post, the accident happened on the wee hours of 5th of Aug 2020 along Keppel Road.
In the video, we can see the camera car trying to overtake both the Mercedes Vito and the Maserati but was blocked a couple of times.
Both vehicles were apparently friends or colleagues from the same company and once the Maserati managed to overtake the camera car, the Maserati jammed his brakes suddenly, causing the camera car, which we reckon from that turbo flutter and gearshift, an Audi A4, to crash into it.
The Maserati's occupants then came out, demanding the camera car driver to get out and "settle things". After some aggressive exchange of words, the Maserati just drove off as if nothing happened. Weird
In our opinion, this is just one side of the story as we have no idea what the camera car driver did to anger the Maserati driver.
Accidents like this usually takes two hands to clap. What do you guys reckon? Let us know!