Man Jaywalked in S’pore, Raged At Driver When He Shakes His Head At Him

A man lost his cool at a driver who had to stop to let him cross the road, just because he had a baby with him.

Sounds unreasonable? Wait till you read the rest of the story.

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This incident happened on 19 August along St Thomas Walk. It was caught on the driver’s in-car camera while he was engaging in this loathsome act.

Take a look:

After the man signalled for the driver to stop, he then impatiently indicated for a woman and a boy to cross.

Mind you, it wasn’t even a zebra crossing.

Who cares if he’s blocking the way. I mean, baby rules, right?

According to the driver, he just shook his head at what was before him and that summoned the spirit of anger within the man.

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I hereby quote the driver. The man said that “he had the right to cross because he had a baby with him” and he even “came to the driver’s side and continued shouting”.

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This poor driver did not even honk nor picked a fight. Come to think of it, isn’t it the man’s fault?

Firstly, it’s not a zebra crossing. Not at a traffic light. It’s a freaking road. For cars. Not for a man with a baby.

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Secondly, he was carrying a baby. That should be the sole reason for why safety should be his utmost priority. Not abusing that logic to do what he pleases.

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Thirdly, it isn’t just his baby. He had his family (presumably) with him. His wife with the stroller and a young boy.

What example is he then setting for his children?

Okay, I think I need to cool down. MAYBE he was just having a bad day.

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