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Parody of Uber Pool Quarrel Goes Viral




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A parody of the Uber Pool Argument video that was trending yesterday has gone viral.

In the incident that trended yesterday, the man filming the video was an Uber driver who confronted two men about a booking they allegedly tried to make. The driver accused the men of trying to book an Uber Pool ride and scam him by getting multiple trips out of one fare.

Argument between 2 passengers and Uber driver at Millennia WalkThreats and vulgarities were thrown around before it almost got physical

Posted by SingaporeGo on Thursday, 13 July 2017

The other men allegedly cursed and sweared at the driver prior to the video being filmed. When the driver confronted them over their treatment of him, they threw vulgarities at him before trying to stop him from filming them. The driver, too, retorted that he would hit back if they touch him or his phone.

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In the parody video posted by satirical comedy site Sure Boh Singapore, three people re-enact the roles of the Uber driver and the two other men before being joined by another young man who entices them into a dance break whereupon the group dances to their own spoof of the popular Despacito, “Desperate Si Boh.”

Another Uber pool quarrel incident… aiyo why like that ah these people…

Posted by SBS – Sure Boh Singapore on Friday, 14 July 2017

The parody has been shared over 2000 times on Facebook.

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