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Motorcyclist vigilante stops van driver from a hit-and-run with a cyclist

Motorcyclist vigilante stops van driver from a hit-and-run with a cyclist

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chitchatboy

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A round of applause for this true motorcyclist vigilante. We need more of such road users in Singapore to bring bad drivers to justice.

In a recent SGRV Facebook video post, a cyclist can be seen cycling along Bukit Timah Road sometime at night when out of nowhere, a white Toyota Hiace van knocks the cyclist down.

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Seeing this, the motorcyclist kicked his bike into action and chased the van down to block its path. After which, he even called in the Police.

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According to the screenshot of the Police report in the video, the van driver claimed that he noticed that he had hit something but 'did not saw anything'.

Seeing how the van driver failed his breathalyser test that was conducted after the incident, its no wonder he didn't see anything.

He was arrested on the spot by the Police.

Here's the full video.

Netizens singing praises for the motorcyclist (well most of them).

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