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DRIVER ALIGHTS FROM CAR AND CHALLENGES ERRANT CYCLISTS TO “COME AH”

Following the viral video of the 11 cyclists who chased down a driver on their bicycles and confronted him for honking at them, another has since video emerged online.

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The latest video shows the PHV driver alighting from his vehicle to address the confrontation from the errant cyclists.

He was seen coming out of his car and challenging the cyclists to “come ah”, while holding onto his phone and filming them.

The incident was purportedly sparked off by the group of 11 errant cyclists, who were blatantly flouting cycling rules by riding in a group of more than 5 bikes in length.

They then blocked the left turn on the road because they couldn’t decided where they wanted to go, and the driver then honked at them.

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The group then chased down the driver on their bicycles to confront him, and they confronted him with one of them hitting the bonnet of his car.

Potential penalties

From 1 Jan 2022, a new regulation will also kick in – cycling groups must not exceed the maximum length of 5 bicycles (or ten cyclists when riding two abreast where permitted).

Errant on-road cyclists will also face a higher composition fine of $150 with effect from 1 Jan 2022.

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