9 Facts About The Other Person Who Jumped On Another Car At The Same Location

If you’ve been scrolling through your Facebook feed (or any other social media platforms really), you would probably have seen news of a 26-year-old man jumping on a Grab driver’s car and effectively ruining the roof.

Image: Facebook (ROADS.sg)

If you didn’t, you can read all about it here (premise) and here (follow-up).

But while that case has all but concluded, it seems that another has sprung up. And this time, it doesn’t just reek monkey behaviour.

It has a dash of Titanic as well.

Stupefied? Me too. So without further ado, let’s head onto the 8 Facts About The Other Person Who Jumped On Another Car At The Same Location.

Damn, boss, that was a mouthful.

1. What happened?

Just 48 hours (what’s this, an ongoing trend?) after Chee had committed his offence, a clubber was caught on camera springing onto a parked car at St James Power station.

This happened in the wee hours of the morning on Monday (7 May). Coincidentally, that was the day Chee was scheduled to be sentenced.

2. Facebook Video 

The victim, Mr Stan Cheng, subsequently posted a Facebook video of the incident. You can watch it here:

Incidentally, Mr Cheng later told Stomp that it had occurred around 3:00 a.m. The timing on his dashcam (as you can see in the video) is apparently earlier by an hour.

3. The car isn’t a luxury BMW but a sporty Mazda

Unlike the previous incident, this time, it’s a Mazda MX-5.

And it’s not just another Mazda. Here’s how a MX-5 looks like:

Image: i viewfinder / Shutterstock.com

According to sgcarmart, a new MX-5 costs $146,000.

In comparison, the usual Mazda 2 that you often called for your Grab ride is at $79,800.

If you’re confused over car prices, you might want to take a look at this video we’ve done:

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4. Humping the car

If you can’t watch the video because you’re busy saving the world or something, no sweat; I got you covered.

The footage commences with a group of four exiting what seems to be a nightclub.

A long-haired woman from the group starts running towards the car in question but stopped just short of reach. Her short-haired companion, however, had no such restrictions: running, the perpetrator leapt onto the vehicle.

Image: Stan Cheng Facebook Page

Lying on the bonnet with arms stretched out, the person later got up partially and began making humping motions.

Image: Stan Cheng Facebook Page

5. A Pose from Titanic

Not contented with violating the car, the perpetrator slowly turned to face his/her companions and adopted a pose.

Image: Stan Cheng Facebook Page

If you’re finding it real familiar, yes it’s that scene. 

Image: Giphy

Never knew Rose liked nightclubs, but hey you learn something new every day.

And to end it with a bang, the short-haired ‘Kate Winslet’ jumped off the car in true Patrick the Star version.

Image: Stan Cheng Facebook Page

6. Police Report Lodged The Very Next Day

After discovering footprints on his car, Mr Cheng lodged a police report on Tuesday morning (8 May) at about 2:00 a.m.

He told Stomp: “My car looks to have minimal damage, but there are still footprints on it.”

The police have also confirmed that a report was lodged.

Minimal damage compared to the BMW – Mazda must be proud #justsaying

7. Speculations

If you noticed, the perpetrator possesses rather androgynous looks, which caused doubts over the gender in question. Mr Cheng, however, thinks it’s a girl because of one thing:

The shoe size.

“I think the culprit is a girl as the shoe size is small, about a 6.”

Image: Stomp

8. Mr Cheng’s hurt, mostly in the heart

When asked how he felt about the incident, Mr Cheng told Stomp:

“I am pretty upset that someone jumped on my precious car and was worried about damages.

“I was also slightly amused as it seemed like a bunch of likely drunk people loved the car so much that they rushed to it for selfies.

“But as my friend aptly put it and which I’m sure any car owner can attest to, the biggest dent can be clearly seen in my heart.”

9. Is it a New Trend?

Unsurprisingly, the comments section of the Facebook video was pretty happening.

And unsurprisingly, Netizens started slamming the perpetrator in the video.

Image: Stanley Cheng Facebook Page

Wait, there’s more.

Image: Stanley Cheng Facebook Page

Although it does get you thinking.

Is it a new trend to start jumping on cars?

Because honestly speaking…

That’s a pretty costly trend.

Anyway, as always, share this post to let your friends know about the evolving monkeys running around in Singapore.

I’m Zhi Hao, and until next time.


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Zhi Hao

Zhi Hao

Just your average Singaporean guy who tends to write aimlessly, work out inefficiently and sleep soundlessly.
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