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Adults behaving like children over a parking dispute

Adults behaving like children over a parking dispute

jameskarlchan

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TL;DR – A man and a woman harass another couple over a parking dispute in Yishun. No one was hurt, but their childish behaviour is mind-numbing.

 

Just another day in Yishun - Two men and two women engaged in a road rage dispute over parking.

Before I carry on, please have a look at this 61-second video.

What an ugly start to a video

The video begins with an unattractive (to me) lady making faces and flipping the bird at the occupants of a Toyota Altis.

From the article published on STOMP, we understand that this was in response to the cam car couple trying to park their car next to these two crazies in a Toyota Sienta.

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“A man and a woman illegally parked their car across two to three parking lots. They got agitated when my husband and I attempted to park our car next to them” 

Crazy 1 (C1)

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Tf is wrong with this crazy?

YOU HAVE A CHILD WATCHING WHAT YOU’RE DOING FOR GOODNESS SAKE!

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Then we have this guy who comes out to challenge the cam car driver making stupid noises and acting like a monkey.

Uncle, you look like you’re 60. WTF you doing? This is you right now.

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The uncle even tried to snatch the phone from cam car driver.

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"When my husband took a videos, both the man and the woman tried to snatch my husband's phone and physically attacked him. The woman slapped my husband's arm repeatedly."

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All four of them are assisting the police with investigations.

I say, go back to Primary school please.



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I catch no ball what is happening at all... anyone has a better explanation than the article?

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How ah? If their children and grand children watched the video .........

 

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2 hours ago, t0y0ta said:

I catch no ball what is happening at all... anyone has a better explanation than the article?

Haha me too, I more interested in what happened rather than what behaviour they have.

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