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Singapore’s very own version of Street Fighter: Bonus stage level

Singapore’s very own version of Street Fighter: Bonus stage level

jameskarlchan

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If you’re familiar with the bonus stages in Street Fighter 2, you’ll remember whacking the crap out of a car to get additional points for a high score.

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We have a Singapore version

But unlike Ryu and Ken, this guy uses a motorcycle helmet on a taxi.

Here’s the video. The incident happened at Keat Hong Close, Bukit Batok, Singapore.

And another angle

Why so triggered

Based on the video, it’s unclear why the 90s Ah Beng look alike got so heated up.

He walks around the taxi yelling profanities and smashing his helmet all over even though there was a child on board.

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What are the damages?

Broken mirror.

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Make that two mirrors

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Broken rear window. How much force does one need to use to cause this?

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And of course, multiple dents and knocks all over the taxi.

Police brought in

In the video, a male passenger can be heard talking to the authorities on the phone.

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In the caption of the Facebook post on Roads.sg, it states that the Police arrived to ‘handle the situation’.

Online chatter

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As always, it’s always a joy to read the comments.

 

 

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I am surprised the rear windscreen cracked so easily.

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Let’s hope it not a case of no injury other than ego n need to file a civil suit

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On 12/10/2021 at 10:30, Kxbc said:

I am surprised the rear windscreen cracked so easily.

Quality motorcycle helmet!

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18 hours ago, Jamesc said:

Road rage will kenna rotan right?

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Think just free food, free lodging at Changi chalet only

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23 hours ago, Sdf4786k said:

Let’s hope it not a case of no injury other than ego n need to file a civil suit

Yeah there was a little kid in the taxi too. Wait kena PTSD

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9 hours ago, jameskarlchan said:

Yeah there was a little kid in the taxi too. Wait kena PTSD

Like that cannot use good family card anymore..

can’t even use Luxus 400 card on a sonata 

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