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A Mercedes ends up on the motorcycle lane at the Causeway checkpoint and bickers with a motorcyclist

A Mercedes ends up on the motorcycle lane at the Causeway checkpoint and bickers with a motorcyclist

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TL;DR - A Mercedes driver in the wrong lane gets out of his car and argues with another motorcyclist about his situation at Woodlands Checkpoint.

 

We’ve all heard about the BlueSG entering the Checkpoint by accident, now this driver enters the motorcycle lane (by accident??)

Watch this 49-second interaction between the Merc driver and another motorcyclist:

What happened

The video starts with the cam car (or rather, cam motorcyclist) being directed into the motorcycle lane from another lane. 

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At 0.09 we see the reason why – a white Mercedes was parked at the entrance of the motorcycle lane, blocking any incoming motorcycle traffic.

Disgruntled at the inconvenience, he mumbles

Quote

“Bodoh Sia”

Which probably triggered a response from the Merc driver who was standing not far away.

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The Quarrel

This unleashed a heated exchange of unpleasantries – The merc driver arguing his case while the cam motorcyclist berates him for being ‘arrogant’, ‘stupid’ and an ‘idiot’.

My personal favourite: “Drive Salah still want to argue”.

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What the Merc driver wanted to do or was trying to do, is not evident from the video. But, this whole argument could have been avoided if the merc driver just apologised for the inconvenience he caused, regardless of the reason why he was there in the first place.

At least there was no violence!

What Netizens Are Saying

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In what world did the Merc driver think that a car could fit into a lane for motorcycles?

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We could give the merc driver the benefit of doubt, but is it really that hard to see that all cars are going one direction while motorcycles are going the other? His body language doesn't show any signs of remorse either.

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Um… 👀

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Heartbreakid

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It is very strange of people these days. In the wrong and yet do not feel apologetic or any sign of remorseful at all. Material wise successful but moral wise is a total failure. What a shame really.

 

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On 11/5/2022 at 7:22 AM, Heartbreakid said:

It is very strange of people these days. In the wrong and yet do not feel apologetic or any sign of remorseful at all. Material wise successful but moral wise is a total failure. What a shame really.

 

it is ok. In sg, it is important to be materially successful. Never mind morally a failure. That is the culture we try to promote, isn't it?  

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Heartbreakid

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50 minutes ago, mikk123 said:

it is ok. In sg, it is important to be materially successful. Never mind morally a failure. That is the culture we try to promote, isn't it?  

Actually no. But sadly many lost their human nature core value and are behaving as material as successful, hence the self entitlement and monkey see monkey do.

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9 minutes ago, Heartbreakid said:

Actually no. But sadly many lost their human nature core value and are behaving as material as successful, hence the self entitlement and monkey see monkey do.

We get rich too fast. That’s the problem.

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The Merc driver probably fault ICA for making bike lane big enough for car LOL

(it is every fault but not his fault mentality)

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