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“CB S’POREAN, COME JB FORGET HOW TO DRIVE,” S’PORE DRIVER HITS M’SIAN CAR & FLEES

In a recent social media outcry, a Singapore-registered car has become the center of attention for all the wrong reasons. The driver is accused of not only colliding with a parked car in Malaysia but also choosing to flee the scene without extending a basic courtesy—apologizing for the mishap.

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Plea for Help on Social Media

The brother of the Malaysian motorist took matters into his own hands, seeking assistance on a Johor Bahru (JB) Facebook group. JB柔佛吹水站 on January 23.

The aggrieved party, Zuhan, posted a plea for help to identify the Singaporean motorist responsible for the hit-and-run. The post, accompanied by an image of the accident, called out the driver for their lack of responsibility. Zuhan urged the unidentified Singaporean driver to step forward and take accountability for the damage caused.

From the shared image, it’s evident that the Singapore-registered Toyota Prius collided with a Malaysia-registered Perodua Myvi parked behind it. The impact resulted in visible damage—a crack on the rear of the Toyota Prius and a dent on the front of the Perodua Myvi.

Confrontation and Nonchalant Attitude

Zuhan disclosed that when his brother confronted the Singaporean motorist at the scene of the accident, the driver exhibited a nonchalant attitude. Despite being responsible for the collision, the driver allegedly refused to acknowledge the severity of the situation.

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In an attempt to resolve the matter, Zuhan’s brother proposed a modest compensation of RM200 (approximately S$60). However, the Singaporean driver reportedly dismissed the reasonable request, offering a mere S$10 instead. Frustrated by the lack of cooperation, Zuhan’s brother decided to involve the security guard at the car park.

Vanishing Act

To their dismay, upon returning with the security guard, the Singaporean driver and their vehicle were nowhere to be found. The driver allegedly left S$10 on Zuhan’s brother’s car before hastily departing the scene.

Zuhan clarified that the primary objective of locating the Singaporean motorist was not solely monetary compensation. Instead, the aggrieved party sought a genuine apology for the hit-and-run incident. The damages incurred amounted to around RM200 to RM300, but Zuhan emphasized that the real value lies in acknowledgment and remorse.

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