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Last Saturday (9 September) 2.20pm, a Porsche believed to be driven by a Singaporean had repeatedly made aggressive manoeuvres in a road rage incident in Malaysia, according to Roads.sg.

“I was driving a Singapore registered car along the Malaysian Highway from Lima Kedai Toll towards Tuas Checkpoint at about 110 km/h”, said X Man, the target of the Porsche.

He described that the Porsche was running after him at first, before abruptly came to a  slow-down to signal him to stop at the side, but he refused.

“Knowing he could see from his rear view mirror, I took my mobile phone and pretended to make a call,” wrote X Man, and said the Porsche left soon after. 

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A video has been captured and uploaded:

Singaporean road raged by Porsche SLL8300B driver on Malaysian road."I was driving a Singapore registered car along the Malaysian Highway from Lima Kedai Toll towards Tuas Checkpoint on 9 Sep 2016 @ 2.20pm when I overtook a Malaysian car. I was travelling at about 110 km/h. The video will show his act of hogging me. He continued to slow down and then signaled me to stop at the side, which I refused. Knowing he could see from his rear view mirror, I took my mobile phone and pretended to make a call. I believe on seeing this he continued his journey." – X Man.Submitted by: TLC

Posted by ROADS.sg on Monday, 11 September 2017

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