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A motorist has claimed that a Land Transport Authority (LTA) officer sped behind him and flipped him off as he overtook him on the roads early this morning.

The motorist, Aaron Goh, took to Facebook and wrote:

“On 8th November 2017 at around 0005 in the morning, I was exiting Toa Payoh towards PIE. As I was exiting, i saw light beams thus I brake to check before moving out and this LTA Enforcement officer was pretty close behind me. After which he sped up and overtake me and show his middle finger.”

https://www.facebook.com/aarongohml/posts/10155265161023337

Netizens were divided on Goh’s claims, with some responding that such a gesture is unbecoming of a civil servant while others were unsure whether the finger the LTA officer pointed was his index finger or middle finger:

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