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Facebook Crystal Yeo shared a video which showed an incident of road rage. In the video, a man is seen trying to prise open the door of another car. It is unclear who the driver of the vehicle being attacked is, but she had tagged another Facebook user Mike Tan in her post.

The video shows the man attacking to be gesticulating and scolding. Crystal captioned her video: “Driving for so long time, first time meet this kind of person. What kind of education he had. My kids on board. If u see this video, pls behave yourself. I do believe in KARMA.”
According to Crystal, the incident happened at the Malaysian Customs and Immigration Checkpoint. She said the man got upset because he was not allowed to cut in-front of the vehicle Crystal was in.
Crystal said that the man drove a Singapore-registered car. Her video has now gone viral without about 900 shares and over 44,000 Facebook users viewing it.Follow us on Social Media

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