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  1. Decide to start a thread on Yishun because there simply too happening and deserved a thread of it’s own. 🤣 Every week sure got something. Every weekend go with my wife to visit her sister family there always 提心吊胆。🤣 Let me start off with this one. 😬 3 male teens aged 13-17 arrested for alleged car theft in Yishun Ave 3 https://mothership.sg/2023/01/teens-yishun-steal-car/?fbclid=IwAR0JttYiTIaXefmaCx9hw4D_XzYxuw7ClDKoPU82QC58B3t1Sy_WV9IpffE&mibextid=Zxz2cZ
  2. Prayers to the motorcyclist's family. What happened? A Honda Jazz cut off and side swiped a motorcyclist at Yishun Avenue 1 on 23 July 2023, around 9.30 A.M. This sent the motorcyclist off his bike and knocked his helmet off as well, leaving his head unprotected as he crashed onto the tarmac. The motorcyclist laid still on the ground, and another rider who went past the motorcyclist as the incident took place, but stopped and went over to check on the victim. The person who provided the footage claimed to have returned to the scene and reported to the police after dropping off their wife, who called the ambulance. It is unknown if the Honda Jazz had motive or if it was simply reckless driving. Online Chatter Some facebook users who claimed to be the victim’s father-in-law and cousin have commented under the post saying that he is in a comatose state in the ICU. Others sent well wishes for the victim’s recovery, and called for the driver to face justice and dealt with severely. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  3. Lots of missing context in this one. Nonetheless an interesting watch. What happened? On 11 September 2023, at Yishun (again??) Avenue 6, an altercation broke out between a food delivery rider and a BMW driver. According to the Facebook post, the BMW driver was “closely following” the rider before the incident, saying that “the traffic light signalled”. How specific! Because the traffic light definitely doesn’t have multiple signals, each with VERY different meanings. But we’ll assume the light turned green. Why else would someone “impatiently honk”? Unfortunately for the driver, the rider was apparently infuriated. This led to the shouting and various gestures seen in the video, though the camera was too far away to really record what was said clearly. Oddly enough, the rider seems like a decent person, as they apologised to a driver in the lane besides and waved them through. So either: a) The rider is a bit sensitive and might have taken too long, prompting the BMW to honk. b) The BMW driver was tailgating and is indeed in the wrong and anyhow honk because they cannot wait. Let’s see what the comments think. Online chatter Obligatory “Yishun” comments out of the way first. The general sentiment is that people are siding with the driver, though considering the demographic on Facebook, there’s definitely some bias there. Some just joined in to vent their frustration on cyclists. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  4. The brakes on the car must be good, rider was wearing no protection and still escaped unscathed. What happened? On 11 September 2023, at Yishun Industrial Street 1 (because OF COURSE it was at Yishun), a food delivery rider on a PAB (Power Assisted Bicycle) ignored a stop line at a junction and was subsequently hit by a car. The car was going at around 30km/h and unable to avoid the rider, who was already onto the road and stopped moving like a deer in headlights. Upon impact, the rider was thrown off his bike and rolled on the road a couple times before getting back up. Rather smoothly, I must say. In an amazing stroke of luck, the rider seemed uninjured, despite not wearing a helmet or any protection. Incredibly, the rider was unsatisfied with simply getting away from a crash unscathed, and demanded compensation for the incident. What phone is worth $1800? And what loss of income bro?? Online chatter Quite a few people felt the demands were unjustified, with many different reasons. Others simply urged the camcar to just make a police report and claim their insurance instead. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
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    Yishun Happenings

    pub or café ? owner/operator trying to pull a fast one... Hood Vibes pub at Yishun HDB void deck draws complaints of noise & patrons smoking outside A newly-opened pub at the void deck of a HDB in Yishun has apparently drawn complaints from residents and caught the attention of a Member of Parliament (MP). Hood Vibes is located at 468A Yishun Street 43. It seems that the pub started operating around a month ago, according to when their business hours were last updated on Google. Goh shared that he was accompanied by officers from the Housing Development Board (HDB), who informed him that a café license had been granted to the business, and who "were also surprised to see what was clearly a liquor joint". HDB told Goh that they are investigating into the potential breach of licensing conditions. Goh assured residents in his post that HDB is looking into the matter, and highlighted that the agency "will do its part to prevent dis-amenities, and mitigate disturbance to the peace and safety of our neighbourhood". A resident of 469A Yishun Street 43, a neighbouring block from the pub, spoke to Mothership under condition of anonymity. She is part of a WhatsApp group chat which includes residents of the area, and shared that there have been complaints of pub patrons smoking outside the place and creating noise. Some have also said that apparently, the music from the pub is quite loud. Since the pub opened, residents with children also "have to walk a longer route away from the area" when heading to or leaving their home to avoid the patrons smoking there. The resident shared that the pub was still operating as of Aug. 16.
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    Yishun Happenings

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  7. Yishun once again being Singapore’s Florida. What happened? An elderly driver in a Kia Picanto lost control in a multi-storey car park and crashed into a group of parked motorbikes. We can see that the bikes in question in the Facebook post are in a pile together, with varying levels of damage How did that red one end up there sia? There was also a motorbike just randomly lying on the ground away from the group. I doubt this was intentional because the bikes aren't absolutely wrecked, though how the bikes ended up where they are does makes me go "????". How do you crash into bikes and make them pile up on top of each other, accidentally? Online chatter There were of course plenty of Yishun comments. Others blamed the eldelry person and used this as a point to show that the elderly are not fit for driving. As someone with a grandma who can drive, I can tell you this is not the case. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  8. I was told by the other branch of Shell that another Shell station at Yishun Ring Road (near Yishun Ave 5) is closing down and giving out vouchers for at least $30 petrol pumping. But those vouchers can only be used at 3 Shell stations. One @ Yishun Street 11 and another near SSC and followed by third place which I could not recall. So, those bros and sis staying in Yishun or sembawang might want to give it a try. It is till 25 March 2016. I will probably try next week.
  9. TL;DR - Smelly reputation of Yishun persists after cam car spots contradicting road marking and signage. So can only turn left or can also turn right? Watch this 46-second clip of a confused driver not knowing which signage to follow. https://www.facebook.com/reel/514684020845464 What happened? Cam car was puzzled as to which directional signage he should follow - the one on the road or the informative road sign in his direct line of sight. Even if you don’t drive, it is a no-brainer to realise that they are contradicting. One says to only turn left, whilst the other says you can turn right too. And of course, this had to happen at none other than the infamous neighbourhood, Yishun. Online Chatter Hopefully LTA can investigate this soon to not mislead more drivers. Indeed, Yishun never disappoints. Weird things one can only find in Yishun. I wonder what happens if a ‘goondu’ driver actually turns right and goes head on with another vehicle. Is the blame on the driver for having less of an IQ or on LTA for being careless? ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  10. SINGAPORE – A 42-year-old man was arrested on Monday morning after taking a 60-year-old woman hostage in Yishun. The police said they responded to a call for assistance at 7:35am along Yishun Ring Road. A man had allegedly held a woman at knifepoint, and a knife was seized as a case exhibit. In a video shared on Facebook, the man can be seen at the void deck of Block 108 Yishun Ring Road holding a knife to the woman’s neck as police officers tried to calm him down. Officers continued negotiating with the man, who then took the woman to the nearby hawker centre at Block 110. Officers believed to be from the Singapore Police Force’s Emergency Response Team then arrived at the scene, armed with bulletproof vests and submachine guns. The officers rushed towards the man, pinning him to the ground. A bystander can be seen helping out. The woman sustained minor injuries, but refused to be taken to the hospital, said the police. Based on preliminary investigations, the man and woman do not know each other. Police investigations are ongoing.
  11. TL;DR - A collision occurred in Yishun between a Kia Forte and Honda Vezel at the yellow junction box. Every Singaporean would know what it means to be kan cheong. We are basically born to sweat ‘kiasu-ness’. For our foreign friends, kan cheong simply means impatient, edgy and hasty. So a kan cheong spider just refers to someone who possesses such traits. Watch this 51-second video of a Honda Vezel colliding into a Kia Forte as it drives out from a minor road straight into the second lane of the main road. What happened? The Honda Vezel was coming out from a HDB block in Yishun (oof, what’s new?) onto the main road when an incoming Kia Forte zoomed past, causing a collision between the two vehicles. Inevitably, both the Vezel and Forte’s front bumpers suffered some form of structural damage from the impact. But the question is: who is at fault? Should the Vezel drive into the first lane first before signaling to the second lane, or should the Forte have slowed down, knowing that there is a yellow junction box just ahead? Let's hear what the netizens think: Seems like more people are faulting the Vezel for being so kan cheong. Perhaps if he took it one lane at a time, this traffic jam wouldn’t have happened. But of course, the Forte should have also attempted to slow down when approaching the yellow junction box as nobody will ever know if there’s a vehicle waiting to ‘eat’ into his/her lane - Classic example right here, man learnt it the hard way. What are your thoughts? Leave it in the comment section below! ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  12. https://www.facebook.com/groups/348293689060800/permalink/1133917057165122/ https://mothership.sg/2022/06/yishun-pasar-malam-collapse/
  13. Unfortunately, the only road-related matter in this fighting incident is its location. Watch this One Fighting Championship worthy fight here What Happened? A fight occurred along a road that Netizens have speculated to be in Yishun (Also known as the Ghetto in Singapore). A group of 5 men seemed to be engaged in a scuffle, while 2 other men clad in white were trying to break them apart. Among the group of 5 is a prominent individual, a Foodpanda rider (You will know which). He can be seen hitting a man in grey repeatedly from the start of the video. Moments later, he pushes the man in grey to the floor and proceeds to mount him and pound him with his fists. After that, another Foodpanda rider sees the man in grey sitting on the floor dazed and delivers a forceful kick to his head. The fight slowly dies down as the aggressors regain their composure. Netizens' Comments LOL! Could have gotten a TKO if it was a professional MMA match🤭 How apt😆 ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news, and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  14. Yishun Dam is a well-known spot for two things - a scenic place to 'lepak' and an accident hotspot. Watch a near-miss freak accident caught on dashcam here: What Happened? It was any other usual day for the cam car, cruising along lane 1 of Yishun Dam towards Yishun Ave 1. A black lorry from the opposite direction mounted the kerb out of the blue. As a result, it almost caused a head-on collision with the Lexus in front of the cam car. At this juncture, both the quick-thinking Lexus driver and cam car performed a sudden evasive manoeuvre to avoid getting swiped by the lorry. However, in the process, the Lexus driver seems to have contacted the motorcycle on its left. From the footage, it is not clear if the lorry managed to dismount the kerb on its own afterwards. Netizens' Comments Undeniably true. NGL the Lexus driver does have a splendid reaction time 👏 MMMM...interesting theory. I must admit that this has never crossed my mind. What do y'all think?🤔 ======== Receive a $10 PayNow for every submission we publish on Facebook! Simply WhatsApp us ➡️https://bit.ly/3c6JERA
  15. Legend has it that the reptile has yet to cross the road. In this video, a stuck lizard tries to cross a busy road. Terrified by the loud noises and fast vehicles, the reptile pauses in the middle and engages in an intense stare-down with a driver. Realising that the animal would not move, a bus driver alights from his bus and tries to shoo the lizard away gently. Noticing the commotion, two cyclists join in by clapping their hands loudly to guide the reptile to a safer spot. Their efforts prove to be successful as the lizard starts to shuffle slowly to the back of the car. The bus driver then gets back and slowly drives away, with the poor reptile stuck underneath it. It is unclear if the driver knew of the animal's presence before driving away. With the help of the cyclists, the lizard manages to cross the first half of the road. It then stops at the road divider and seeks solace by climbing up a tree. The cyclist who posted the video hopes that the animal will be able to cross the second half of the road safely. What type of lizard is this? According to a quick Google search, it seems that the lizard in question is, in fact, a green iguana. Native to Mexico, southern Brazil and Paraguay, the common green iguana has been found in the wild in Singapore and Thailand. The most likely explanation for this is due to the international reptile trade. These lizards can grow up to 1.7m long and are unsuitable as pets in urbanised high-rise apartments. Netizens reactions ======== Receive a $10 PayNow for every submission we publish on Facebook! Simply WhatsApp us ➡️https://bit.ly/3c6JERA
  16. Breaking news: A silver Toyota Wish suddenly went up in flames in Yishun, producing a large cloud of smoke and a constant racket of noise. Earlier this afternoon, pedestrians and passers-by uploaded several videos of a silver Toyota Wish burning in the middle of the road. As the flames swallowed the vehicle's insides, its horn started to produce a loud and constant noise. This garnered the attention of more individuals, who then called for the police and the SCDF. In one of the videos, police officers could be seen directing traffic at the junction. Luckily, the SCDF firefighters arrived quickly at the scene and managed to extinguish the fire within a matter of seconds. Kudos to the SCDF for acting quickly! Possible causes of car fires The first possible cause of a fire like this could be a fuel system leak. Leaks are the most common cause of vehicle fires and are dangerous as they can arise independently with minimal warning. Fuel leaking onto hot metal and plastic parts cause a fast-spreading fire, which is why drivers must ensure that their vehicles are appropriately maintained to reduce the chances of a fuel system fire. The next possible cause of a car fire could be an electrical system failure starting from fault conditions between the battery and starter cables or a high voltage that can generate a spark in the spark-ignition engine. The charging cycles of a car battery can cause explosive hydrogen gas to build up, and the electrical current from the battery can produce sparks that would ignite a fluid drip or leaked vapours. An unnoticed frayed wire could cause havoc as electrical wiring runs throughout the entire car. Netizens’ reactions While we are still unsure what had started the fire, netizens were quick to speculate potential causes. ======== Witnessed an accident? See something interesting on the roads? Submit your image/video/news via MyCarForum's WhatsApp. We'll pay you $10 per post!
  17. Sometimes it is better to miss a left turn than to risk damaging your car. While most drivers end up staying in their lanes after missing a turn, this stubborn Toyota Prius driver takes it to the next level. The video starts with the camcar approaching a busy road intersection as he drives down Yishun Avenue 6. At this moment, he notices the silver Toyota Prius up ahead, travelling dangerously close to a green SBS bus. The car is situated between both lanes, making it hard for the camcar to move forward in the right-turning lane. It is evident here that the silver car wanted to turn left but had failed to form up properly earlier on. Instead of letting it go and staying on the right lane, the stubborn Prius decides to sandwich itself in an attempt to make the turn. Puzzled by the driver's behaviour, the camcar inches forward as the light turns green. The bus proceeds to make its intended left turn, which ends with the silver car receiving a slight hit on its side. Unfazed, the driver tilts his vehicle towards the right. Thinking that the Prius finally is willing to make a right turn, the camcar driver slowly forms up behind the vehicle. Just as the right-turning arrow shines green, the camcar prepares himself to take his turn behind the silver car - only to be met with more bewilderment as the vehicle suddenly turns left. Is this considered an offence? While I am shocked and puzzled as to why the Prius didn't just proceed to the right, I have to say that the driver's behaviour is hazardous and inconsiderate to other road users. According to the Driver Improvement Points System (DIPS), forming up incorrectly when turning left or right is considered an offence and results in 4 demerit points and a fine of up to $150. Additionally, failing to give way to oncoming vehicles at a controlled or uncontrolled junction merits another 4 demerit points and a fine of up to $150. Driving or riding against the traffic flow as indicated by traffic signs is also another offence, and the penalty for it is 6 demerit points and a fine of up to $250. Regardless of how many offences this Prius driver has committed over this stubborn stunt, it is safe to say that he probably will be summoned to a kopi session very soon. Netizens' reactions ---------- Witnessed an accident? See something interesting on the roads? Submit your image/video/news via MyCarForum's WhatsApp. We'll pay you $10 per post!
  18. Petty Mazda 6 driver pulls several dangerous stunts after getting cut by a parent sending her kids to school. The incident occurred on Thursday morning (July 29) at Yishun, near Chongfu Primary School. According to the camcar’s Facebook post, his wife sent their son to school in the morning and stopped kerbside for the boy to alight. The footage showed that while she was stopping, it looked like she accidentally cut into the navy blue Mazda’s lane as the driver had wanted to move off. Thinking that it was on purpose, the driver got upset and merged into the next lane. From there, he continuously taunted her with dangerous stunts, such as jamming the brakes and blocking the vehicle from moving off while on the road. She tried to shake off the Mazda driver by switching lanes, but the driver kept going back and forth between both lanes just to cut her off. In the middle of the video, the driver suddenly stopped his vehicle in a yellow box and alighted, which obstructed the traffic flow. He then made his way to the camcar and proceeded to scold and threaten the driver for cutting into his lane. This went on for a while as other vehicles tried to move around the parked Mazda while the driver throws his temper tantrum. The rest of the video showed the Mazda driver wildly gesturing to the camcar driver, continuously taunting her before moving off in an illegal u-turn. Netizens’ reactions TBH, there is no way that the childish behaviour of the Mazda driver can ever be justified in this situation. Letting his anger get to his head and lashing out at others while blocking traffic flow is highly immature. Why are there drivers like this in Singapore? --- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
  19. A discretionary right turn goes wrong and ends up in a collision at Yishun Avenue 2. The incident occurred yesterday (June 22) when a white Honda Civic attempted to perform a discretionary right turn at a junction and collided with a black Hyundai Tucson. The video also showed another van swerving around the Honda Civic after the crash to avoid hitting it again. A pedestrian was also seen lying on the ground at the end of the video. However, it was not specified if the black Hyundai Tucson had hit the pedestrian. A discretionary right turn refers to a junction allowing for motorists to make a right turn as long as there is a suitable gap in oncoming traffic. The driver is allowed to decide when to turn right when he or she feels that it is safe to do so without the need for a green arrow. This is not the first time that a vehicle performing a discretionary right turn ends up in a serious traffic accident. In 2018, two high-profile traffic incidents involving vehicles attempting to perform discretionary right turns resulted in the deaths of two people. According to Channel News Asia, the Land Transport Authority announced plans to phase out discretionary right turns in Singapore following the two fatal accidents. By 2023, more than 1,200 junctions will have red-amber-green turning arrows. While the importance of discretionary right turns has been a popular debate topic, it goes without saying that drivers should take extra precaution when performing such manoeuvers. --- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
  20. In a recent post on STOMP, we find a woman lying down in the middle of the road looking up at the sky. She was initially sitting down along Yishun Avenue 5 before lying down. This unusual incident occurred in front of a bus stop at Block 732 Yishun Street 72 on Monday (May 31), at around 8.40pm. And here are some comments from the stomper who uploaded the images on STOMP. We don't know whether this is an isolated incident or a recurring one so if you're in the Yishun area, please drive with caution and don't mistake the lady for debris. We don't want another hit-&-run case like yesterday's Shiba Inu incident (refer to post below). Personally, I feel sad for the lady. She might some mental issues that requires medical attention. If anyone encounters such incidents, please react graciously. You never know what the other party is going through.
  21. Man who grew cannabis plants in his Yishun flat gets 4 years' jail source: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/cannabis-plants-yishun-jail-cnb-12574986?cid=FBcna SINGAPORE: A man who grew cannabis plants in his Yishun flat was sentenced to four years' jail on Wednesday (Mar 25) for cultivating a Class A controlled drug and other drug-related charges. Artamu Ibrahim, 45, pleaded guilty to one charge of cultivating two cannabis plants at Block 336A, Yishun Street 31, another charge of consuming a controlled drug and a charge of possessing a controlled drug. A fourth charge of possessing utensils for drug consumption was taken into consideration for sentencing. Immigration and Checkpoints Authority officers had detected glass apparatuses, suspected to be for smoking drugs, at the parcel post section of SingPost Centre. Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) officers raided Artamu's 13th-floor flat on Sep 9 last year and found two small containers containing vegetable matter in the master bedroom. They also found two pots of cannabis plants in an improvised makeshift greenhouse, and numerous instruments and reagent used for cannabis cultivation. Artamu was arrested and the seized plants were sent to the Health Sciences Authority. Both plants – weighing 1.83g and 49.7g – were analysed and found to be cannabis. Artamu admitted to cultivating cannabis at his home, said Deputy Public Prosecutor Lu Yiwei. Artamu said he obtained information on how to grow the plants from the Internet, including information on the amount of water, humidity level, pH level and temperature required. He built a "grow tent" for this purpose and used light bulbs, a spotlight and LED lights to boost plant growth, with fans controlling the temperature in the tent, as well as a ventilator and humidifier for optimal conditions. On top of this, he used an electric timer to measure the timings for the fans, ventilator and lights to be switched on or off. He also measured the humidity, temperature and soil wetness in the tent with two humidity meters, a thermometer and pH readers. Artamu also used a camera that was linked to his mobile phone to monitor the meters and the cannabis plants when he was not home. After his arrest, Artamu provided urine samples to CNB and drugs were detected in them. The vegetable matter was analysed and found to be a Class A controlled drug, a type of synthetic cannabinoid. A 52-year-old woman was also arrested at Artamu's flat, but she has not been prosecuted. The court heard that Artamu had been convicted in 2006 of consumption of cannabis and jailed for 10 months. Anyone convicted of cultivating cannabis plants can be given between three and 20 years' jail, fined between S$5,000 and S$40,000, or both.
  22. E-bike catches fire while charging in Yishun flat, 1 person taken to hospital SINGAPORE: One person was taken to hospital with burn injuries after a fire broke out in a Yishun flat on Saturday morning (Nov 14). The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it responded to a fire in a fourth-floor unit at Block 424A Yishun Ave 11 at about 9.45am. "Preliminary investigation into the cause of the fire indicates that it was of electrical origin from a Power-Assisted Bicycle (PAB) that was charging at the time of the fire," it said in a Facebook post. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/yishun-fire-e-bike-charging-scdf-burn-injuries-13546486
  23. In our fast-paced and hectic society, it is easy to get triggered when unexpected things happen to you as we can see from this video that has been posted on SG Road Vigilante. In this video that was shot in Yishun a few days back, we can see a van which is the camera vehicle, coming to the rear of a Volkswagen Scirocco. While waiting for the gantry to be lifted, the car rolled back as one pair of its wheels were on a hump. The van driver gave the car a tap of its horn, triggering the Scirocco driver to come down and confront the van driver. For those who have no experience with dual-clutch gearboxes, some, if not most, have the tendency to roll back if the car is on a slope as the car behaves very much like a manual car in start-stop situations. Hence, the Scirocco driver wasn't trying to reverse on purpose. Was the horn necessary? Was it necessary to follow so close to the Scirocco seeing that he had trouble at the gantry? And was the van driver guilty of tailgating out of the carpark? Or was it simply just a case of an ill-mannered Volkswagen driver having a bad day? What do you guys reckon? Let us know in the comment box!
  24. Weird things are happening in Yishun again. To be precise, at Blk 509B Yishun Ave 4 on the 20th July. For no apparent reason, this guy in orange simply falls down on his own as 'invisible forces' make him lose his balance. Also seen on SG Road Vigilante and circling around in many whatsapp group chat, this is clip is the perfect antidote for a boring and sleepy Monday. This should be a case of the guy wanting to try out an 'insurance scam' where by the pedestrian attempts to get hit by a moving car before proceeding to get compensation from the driver's insurance company. Unfortunately for the guy in orange, he looks quite silly 'falling' twice and with the driver's in-car camera showing clearly no signs of impact, his attempt is bound to fail. Check out what netizens have to say...
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