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Man lies naked in the middle of Zion road despite heavy oncoming traffic

Netizens speculate the man had mental health issues

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Singapore — A video emerged of a naked man lying on Zion Road.

The footage, posted on popular Facebook page ROADS.sg, showed a fully naked man who lay spread-eagled despite oncoming traffic.

The 20-second clip was taken by someone in a passing car on Wednesday (Mar 31) at around 4 pm.

Some distance behind the man, a black MPV could be seen parked, with the driver standing behind, the car boot open.

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The video’s caption claims that the driver of the MPV had intentionally blocked traffic to protect the naked man from a possible accident.

While it is not known why the man lay down on the road, netizens speculated that he might have had mental health issues.

Photo: Google Maps

A Google Maps image of Zion Road showed traffic congestion on its four lanes with construction works ongoing on both sides.

Because of the presence of a bus stop along Zion Road, buses plied along, adding to the traffic. /TISGFollow us on Social Media

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