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Ang Moh father carrying infant jaywalks in the middle of road; picks fight with driver for ‘disapproving look’

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An angry Caucasian man carrying an infant has been caught on camera appearing to fly 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.

The incident reportedly occurred on Saturday along St Thomas Walk around 6.45pm.

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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.

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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.”

It is unclear what the driver did to instigate the aggression. Another pedestrian who crossed the road appeared to stop in confusion and stared at the driver before continuing, so it appears that the driver may have retaliated if he did not provoke the outburst.Follow us on Social Media

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