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This could be the perfect advertisement for "Examples on the road you should not follow"

This could be the perfect advertisement for "Examples on the road you should not follow"

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We have a highly intense video to talk about today. We counted five infractions in just 20-seconds!

Mistake no. 1

Pedestrian A uses his phone while crossing the zebra crossing.

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Mistake no. 2

The driver of Toyota Estima didn't give away to the PMD rider crossing the zebra crossing. 🙅‍♂

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Mistake no. 3

Boy boy in white riding a PMD so recklessly!

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Mistake no.4

Young mother (I assume ah) riding with her kid without any safety equipment and looking at her phone while riding PMD. 🤦‍♂

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MIstake No. 5

The boy boy in white just weaving left and right on the road like it is his grandfather road.

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Mistake No. 6

The boy boy in white just turns at a junction leading to a road that goes against traffic flow.

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Let us know if you spotted more! Here's the video for you reference.

 

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Looks like our place is getting worse than third world countries.

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Ask our ivory ministers to solve this?

 

解铃还须系铃人

The one who creates a problem should be the one to solve it.; whoever started the trouble should end it

 

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I reckon the boy boy might be the father of the mother and child riding at the back. 

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33 minutes ago, Kopites said:

I reckon the boy boy might be the father of the mother and child riding at the back. 

That will makes them the PMD families of three!

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13 hours ago, Watwheels said:

Is it in Yishun?

Near, is at hougang. But further down is yishun le. hahaha.

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On 7/5/2021 at 10:39 PM, Windwaver said:

Ask our ivory ministers to solve this?

 

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The one who creates a problem should be the one to solve it.; whoever started the trouble should end it

 

They probably don't even know if there is a problem.... 

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