Luxury Bentley & Lamborghini Supercars With Camera Crew Hog Nicoll Highway, Fountain of Wealth Roundabout

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Luxury cars may be a sight to behold most of the time, but it appears that when push comes to shove…

They’re just as eye-grating as that passing car with chipped-off paint and bird poop on its rear window.

Luxury Bentley & Lamborghini Supercars With Camera Crew Hog Nicoll Highway

It’s pretty rare to see a supercar on the road.

It’s even rarer to see a collection of them, all on the same road.

Unfortunately for one netizen, it was far from being a sight to behold.

In a clip posted on YouTube, the netizen does not shy away from making his grievance known, as a multitude of colourful cars, including Bentleys and Lamborghinis, grace the road in surprisingly slow fashion, considering that they are supercars.

Kanasai,” he says. “All the expensive cars block three lanes. All drive so slow.”

He also highlights the road they’re on: Nicoll Highway.

“Very selfish ah,” he says. “Three lanes all covered, some more in front there so slow.”

Kanasai,” he reiterates.

Apparently, the incident occurred at around 7:55 am yesterday (11 Apr).

The final 20 seconds of the clip also displayed the sheer size of the fleet, with a camera crew visible towards the final five seconds.

You can view the video down below:

Fountain of Wealth Roundabout

Apparently, these bad boys weren’t content with dominating only Nicoll Highway.

According to Facebook page ROADS.sg, their next target was Suntec City’s Fountain of Wealth, where they began to circle in continuous fashion.


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In fact, it was not until a Traffic Police officer’s intervention that they started to vacate the premises.

Needless to say, other netizens were similarly displeased.

Some even called out the supercars for contributing to air pollution.

“Thank you for contributing to the air pollutants at Suntec,” one wrote in the comment. “Keep it up.”

You can view a video clip of the roundabout down below:

Camera Crew

Considering how there was a camera crew filming the scene, it may be plausible to assume that it was all for a television show or a movie.

So you go to social media and it appears that everyone is agreeing with your views. Watch this video to the end and you’d realise that there’s a disturbing reason behind this:

However, the issue of disturbance may well affect future productions.

We’ll be sure to provide an update if there’s any more development on the case.

Hogging The Road

Unfortunately, supercars aren’t the only entities guilty of hogging the road.


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A number of cyclists, too, are guilty of such a notion.

According to Stomp, a motorist driving along Punggol Drive was shocked to discover a group of more than 20 cyclists hogging both lanes on the road on 21 November 2020.

This went on for quite some time before the man made a left turn and was finally rid of the cyclists.

“I was happily driving until I saw a big group of cyclists taking up the entire lane,” the man told Stomp.

“This is not the first time I’ve encountered something like this. I often see groups of cyclists on the road, especially on the weekends.


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“I also believe that cyclists are supposed to keep to the left side of the left lane, and not take up the entire lane. It’s worrying because this could result in an accident and they could get injured,” he said.

Image: YouTube (Stomp)

Feature Image: YouTube (Dadie) / Facebook (ROADS.sg)

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