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Jaywalker sent flying into the air after hit by motorcycle, netizens do not sympathise at all

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A video has been circulating on Facebook and Whatsapp messenger of a jaywalker – an elderly man – who was hit by a motorcycle and sent hurtling down the highway.

In the video, a man can be seen jogging across four lanes of traffic and trying to cross before he gets hit by a motorcycle who was likely in-between lanes. Because of the impact, the man was violently launched a few metres down the road.

The video, shared on the Facebook group Singapore Reckless Drivers received 69000 views and almost 1000 shares. Netizens who commented on the post had no sympathy whatsoever for the jaywalking man, but were all praise for the motorcycle rider who immediately got down and went to help the man.

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