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Tuesday, September 27, 2022
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M’SIAN DRIVER STARTS A FIGHT WITH SG DRIVER AT CHECKPOINT

Driving to Johor is either to pump petrol, massage, or shop but one would not expect to get into a fight at the border’s custom counters.

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A Singapore registered car was seen getting into an altercation with a Malaysian registered car after the Malaysian car was cut off by the Singapore car.

Soon after they got cut off, Both cars open their window and started gesturing.

Escalating the matter

The Malaysian man got down from his vehicle and tried to start a fight, he was seen throwing punches several times through the window of the Singapore car.

His female companion seems to have a hard time trying to stop her and even pushed him back physically.

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Of all places to start a fight, he picked the customs counter.

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Here are what netizens think:

  • It seems there are a few felt angry of Sporean visiting JB for some good foods or taking a relax trip. Maybe these group don’t feel good of seeing Sporean enjoying in their territory. We help to rejuvenate their economy also. Please la let’s welcome each other happily lahhh…small incidents just give n take. Life will be happier & peaceful.
  • The white car just stop in the middle of the road. Who knows what you want to do, if you don’t move forward, no wrong for other vehicles to overtake you
  • Stay in lane don’t cut la.. that few minutes won’t get you anywhere, spoil mood only
  • He never take out his passport??
  • the malaysian driver stuck there contributes to jam, dont see why cannot jus cut and move on. waste time waitimg for him to decide
  • Very typical kiasu act of the white car waiting for the minutes faster counter…blocking so many lanes. I don’t tink Vw has any fault.
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