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Singapore – A video of a man repeatedly throwing vulgarities at another man on a bus is making rounds in social media.

According to Jan, the man harassed by the stalker, the man allegedly followed them onto a bus along Boon Lay Way on June 16 (Sunday) after he saw Jan and his friends ‘looking’ at him.

“My sister, her boyfriend and I saw this guy in black dancing on the road near the bus stop before The Synergy building at about 10.48pm,” says Jan in a report published by Stomp.

“He caught our attention, so we looked at him to see what he was doing.”

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The man then followed the group as they boarded bus service 99.

Jan noted that the man did not tap his card “but went straight to me and started swearing” thus trying to pick a fight.

The video starts with “F*ck you” thrown back and forth between the two men but soon the man in black jacket and earphones plugged in says, “F*ck you 100 times! F*ck you 200 times, 300 times!” to Jan.

He also warned Jan to mind his own business then threatened to ‘hammer’ Jan.

“Come on, fight me, I hammer you!” said the man.

Jan warned the guy not to touch him as he comes closer.

Below is a condensed version of their conversation which includes incomprehensible statements.

Jan: Don’t touch me ha

Man in black: Come on, fight me. I hammer you!

Jan: Don’t touch me ha

MiB: Come, you punch me

Jan: No, I don’t care. I’m working, bro

Jan: I’m a good man

MiB: I’m also a good man, you f****er

The man continues to summon Jan to a fight, the latter stands up saying ‘Don’t touch me ha’

A bystander is heard telling them to stop

Jan: “I’m Filipino ha, you don’t know me ha”

Others join in to break the ‘fight’ which get the MIB to walk away, continuing his verbal attacks, asking for a 2 against one fight, confident he will them down.

“After the video, the man sat down for a while before getting off the bus,” Jan says.

He adds that he did not make a police report, given that it was a verbal spat.

The video appeared on Rilek1Corner’s Facebook page with the caption, “Not a good representation of Singapore and the foreigners here. Maybe is just stress?”

Watch the video here: https://www.facebook.com/rilek1corner/videos/436998606880618/?v=436998606880618

Not a good representation of Singapore and the foreigners here

Not a good representation of Singapore and the foreigners here. Maybe is just stress?

Posted by Rilek1Corner on Wednesday, June 19, 2019

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