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Cyclist gives middle finger despite going against the lights!

Cyclist gives middle finger despite going against the lights!

chitchatboy

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Sometimes we wonder why cyclists are not licensed. If you aren't convinced, maybe watching a video below like the one below might make you re-consider.

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Shot on 8th of Nov 2020 with the camera car turning onto Dunearn Road, we can see that the driver stops abruptly before a caucasian cyclist comes into view with his middle finger raised for a split second. 

Obviously that wasn't very pleasant with the driver who submitted the video to ROAD.sg claiming that the cyclist was going across the road when the Red-man sign was lighted.

What do you guys think? Should our traffic police start handing out more fines to cyclists who don't obey the rules of the road? The Netizens sure agree from what we can see...

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Middle finger then quickly cycle away?

Maybe people that have served NS have bigger balls :grin:

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Your mode of transport is a car. His is just a bicycle. He jealous lah.

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Some cyclist mentality is that they will always have the right of way. Sad but true.

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these ang mo wouldn't exhibit such behavior in their own country

they come to asia with the mentality that asians will kiss the ground they walk on and sadly those fake any mo r acting the same too...

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Was there a green man (even flashing) on at the time? 

Red man - cyclist clearly wrong

Green man - cyclist may not be wrong

Legally, no requirement to dismount and push. Seriously. 

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Vinceng

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Hope this Foreign Talent cyclist meets his maker soonest

 

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