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Honda Jazz driver has had enough of queue cutters, puts car door on the line to stay in place

Honda Jazz driver has had enough of queue cutters, puts car door on the line to stay in place



See lah, now so many people cut queue on the Causeway that others need to do things like this.

What happened?

A Honda Jazz driver on the Woodlands Checkpoint crossing has apparently had enough bad experiences, as they have resorted to keeping their door open to block people from cutting the queue.


This has since gone viral as people laughed at the idea, or mocked it.

Though in the wake of many drivers caught on camera misbehaving, maybe this will catch on?

Online chatter

At least a few people thought it was a good idea.


Others came up with alternate reasons for why the door was open.


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