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Mazda 3 driver fails to stop at stop line and pretends to be Singapore’s most courteous driver

Mazda 3 driver fails to stop at stop line and pretends to be Singapore’s most courteous driver

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TL;DR – Mazda 3 driver exits a carpark, does not stop at the stop line and almost collides with cam car. The driver then proceeds to wave his hands to “give way” to the cam car. Whut?

 

This incident happened on the 17th of August 2021, Tuesday @ 11.15pm

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A Mazda 3 driver exiting the Sengkang General Hospital carpark failed to stop at the stop line which almost led to a collision with the cam car that was travelling on the road perpendicular to the Mazda 3.

While incidents like this are commonplace, what happens next is what makes this story interesting.

Here’s the 51-second video

 

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You’ll notice that the Mazda 3 driver makes some hand gesture of sorts initially. If it’s unclear, don’t worry, it gets better.

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He then winds down his window and you’d think that the Mazda 3 driver would apologise and carry on with life. But nope! He waves his hand to ‘allow’ the cam car to move!

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Eh hello?! You were in the wrong, and now you’re acting all high-and-mighty ff?

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A lot of unnecessary problems if you ask me.

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Never a taxi when you need one!

Free paid holiday going to waste.

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Why your heart so narrow? people make a mistake, just go on la.. Your life won't short of a pc of meat for him doing that to you.

Maybe he don't have a decent face like you, but at least he stopped, unlike you so 看不开...

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