A netizen recently shared a video of a long queue reported at Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, and many people online were just… not having it!

On Wednesday (Nov 16), the online user shared a video showcasing a rather long queue at an MRT station. The video of the long queue was taken at the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, which is an interchange point. Located in the Central area of Singapore, it connects the North South Line (NSL), the North East Line (NEL), and the Circle Line (CCL).

“Just. Wow,” the video read. The 11-second clip featured multiple queues of people waiting to board.

While a few singled out the positive aspect of people being disciplined enough to queue, others either voiced out their exasperation over the matter or warned of even longer queues should the nation’s population increase.

“When the population increases, the queue will be much longer,” wrote one. Another said, “Why (do) we still tolerate such nonsense and accept it will never improve and then gradually (it becomes) a routine…horrendous.”

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“Good line-up! But poor transportation…LOL,” wrote another netizen. One also said that buses in Singapore can get crowded until the door.

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