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Premiere Silvercab driver who road bullies woman driver earns ire of Facebook users in viral video

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A viral video shared by Facebook user Daniel Lim showed a Premiere Silvercab cutting off a black car multiple times from overtaking him. Daniel Lim who posted the rearview dashcam video on Facebook on Friday said the driver of the black car is a woman. “Reckless taxi driver SHB8308E bullying lady driver,” he said.

Reckless taxi driver SHB8308E bullying lady driver. Pls help to share.

Posted by Daniel Lim on Friday, 19 October 2018

Daniel’s video has been shared over 5,000 times and attracted about 350 comments. Most of the commenters condemned the Silvercab taxi driver for being a road bully. Some tagged relevant authorities like the Land Transport Authority and the Singapore Police Force to the video and asked them to take action on the taxi driver.

Premiere taxi has not commented on the incident yet.

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