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    Extreme Road Rage in Singapore

    tsk, tsk....driver in black car needs some serious counselling in anger management!


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    Awww!

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    A double parking sparking a violent behavior.


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    Double parking at Scott Garden, jln kelang lama........this must be the new way to remove the car if honking do not work.......


    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...type=2&theater


    You need a FB account to view the above...........tried in vain looking for the same video in youtube but not found.......

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    Here's the video waga


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    I'm not surprised, there's always violent people around. Thats why don't double park and encourage to annoy people. Double park (if insist) only if there's someone in the driver's seat and move immediately when required.
    Don't blame gahmen!...its driver's attitude!
    Bah!...busy places at peak hours always with people double parking for all reasons..no end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mWong View Post
    Here's the video waga

    Thanks mWong...........

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    The problem with these types of people is that they think its alright and act like nothing has happened after they come back to their double parked cars. Whey their cars get scratched, windscreen get smashed or they get whacked they blame others.

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    Look at how the drivers of the blocked cars dealt with the problem. They ignored the safety & convenience of others road users by pushing the other car right onto the middle of the road. Like the cantonese saying, "ki ki ku ki ki" & to hell with the rests!

    You just dont deal with an unpleasant issue with something more offensive. The aftermath is just not worth it as seen in the 1st video.

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    Well, surely everyone have seen roadside minor accidents or breakdowns, yet some of these people don't do a damn thing and move or push the car aside, even have the audacity to block off one lane. They impede the traffic flow and all the KPC's passing by who insist on looking make things worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mWong View Post
    Look at how the drivers of the blocked cars dealt with the problem. They ignored the safety & convenience of others road users by pushing the other car right onto the middle of the road. Like the cantonese saying, "ki ki ku ki ki" & to hell with the rests!

    You just dont deal with an unpleasant issue with something more offensive. The aftermath is just not worth it as seen in the 1st video.
    If you notice, the driver of the brown car on the far left was around and as soon as the car was pushed to the middle of the road, the brown car moved, and the pick up truck too moved... why the need to push the car to the middle of the road? This is mischief... and dangerous mischief!

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