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Accord driver goes bersek and lets camera car rear end him

Accord driver goes bersek and lets camera car rear end him

chitchatboy

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After watching this clip that was spotted on SG Road Vigilante, we can't help but see the importance of being able keep our own temper in control. Losing one's temper is easy and when not kept in check, you might end up doing something you will regret in the future.

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Shot on the evening of 26th of September 2020 along Central Blvd, a Honda Accord can be seen in the video cutting in from the left of the camera car at high speed before slamming onto its brakes real hard. The camera car, which itself seems to be going along at quite some speed, could not stop in time and crashed into the Accord as the result.

While no one can confirm the Accord driver's intention, it is almost safe to say that he just wanted to let the camera knock into him by braking hard to a stop for no reason.

As it was a slight bump, no one was hurt. The Accord driver then got out calmly and proceed to take some photos.

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So guys, what do you reckon? Is this part of a road rage incident which the camera car's footage did not show? Or is it an insurance scam? Or is it a combination of both? Let us know in the comments below!

 



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instantly famous. He regretted he could have worked more on the abs 

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$300 fine and court appearance for deliberately causing harm

This is what happens when there's no vaccine for stupidity

 

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The Accord driver is asking for it, Why brake so hard to spot on the ide of the road with double yellow lines after a high speed over taking?

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just one side of the story. What did cam car do to the accord before this?

both could be at fault.

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59 minutes ago, ToyotaShuttle said:

just one side of the story. What did cam car do to the accord before this?

both could be at fault.

You mean this is an allowable  behavior if cam car had done something wrong or in certain stupid manner?😄😄

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There's no smoke w/o a fire. I hope the other drive post his version of the accident.

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Whatever happened before this incident will unlikely be able to justify this deliberate act. Such retaliation/revenge is never lawful.  

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That was a dangerous trick and how can he behave like that. Cam car also one kind, he should have driven in the inner lane and stop hogging the road. 

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No self settlement. Report to TP and LTA and suit the Accord driver for dangerous actions! Nothing to do with what happen before this harmful action. The cam shown the proof!

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