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“You want to fight ah?” – Pram-pushing mother yells at commuter and punches glass panel on board MRT

"Why, you want to fight ah? You want to fight, you say, don't talk so much. You want to fight, you say." said the young mum who seemed to be running amok

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A video capturing a young mother in the middle of a heated dispute with a commuter on board the MRT is going viral online. It remains unclear when or where exactly the incident occurred.

In the video, the mother can be seen sitting in a priority seat while holding on to a pram carrying her daughter. The mother can be seen arguing with a commuter standing beside her and tells her:

“You just now, I was supposed to put here, then after that you cross over my freaking daughter to stand here.”

As the argument grew even more heated, the mother suddenly stands up and exclaimed: “Why, you want to fight ah? You want to fight, you say, don’t talk so much. You want to fight, you say.”

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Enraged, the mother punches a glass panel on the train and warns the other commuter: “Don’t force me, really.” Watch the video here:

https://www.facebook.com/singaporeIncidents/videos/253954205483414/

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