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Ang Mo cyclist angrily flips off driver even though driver has right of way




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Facebook user James Chan took to the social networking site to share about a cyclist who flipped him off as she was crossing a traffic light which was red.

According to Chan, he did not even sound his car horn for the woman to act so aggressively.

Beating traffic light and follow with middle finger !!No Horn and friendly reminder about the RED traffic light. The…

Posted by James Chan on Saturday, 26 August 2017

This incident, which appears to have occurred over the weekend, is the second pedestrian skirmish within a week involving Caucasian pedestrians.

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On the 19th of August, an angry Caucasian man carrying an infant was caught on camera flying into a rage due to an alleged disapproving look by a driver who had to stop suddenly when the man jaywalked in the middle of a street that does not have a traffic light or zebra crossing.

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In the video, the man can be seen suddenly crossing the road with a baby strapped to his chest when the car turns into the junction. While the man initially signals for the car to wait for him to cross, he still does not rush and motions for a woman who appears to be his wife to walk behind him with a baby stroller, instead of waiting for the car to pass.

Suddenly, the man approaches the car and yells at the driver, gesturing to the baby strapped to his chest and telling the driver to “f@#$ off.”


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