Monday, 5 May 2014

Road Rage Exposed: Suntec City Red Vespa Ang Moh Mark Franklin


Yet another road rage incident involving an Ang Moh motorist happened on the roads of Singapore! According to the Singaporean victim Tay, the arrogant motorist flashed his middle finger and hit his car just because Tay tapped his horn (once) when the motorcyclist did an illegal U-turn.

Is this the sort of thuggish behaviour we expect from our foreign talents? Regardless of one's wealth and standing, one is expected to abide by the laws of the land you are in. The motorist's total disregard for fellow motorists and his arrogance pissed off many Singaporeans. Many have since called for the authorities to take swift action against him.

Alas, no action was taken against this brazen motorist for his bad behaviour till today.

Because of the authorities's reticence in doing justice, The Unseen Singapore felt compelled to stand up for our fellow Singaporeans. Without further ado, we present to you, Mark Franklin, the Suntec City road rage motorist.

Based on the evidence given by Tay, the motorist speaks with a British accent and the incident happened at Suntec City.


After the incident, Singaporeans managed to track down the same Red Vespa FBE197R parked in the vicinity of Suntec City on at least two other occasions.



The video of the incident was then uploaded onto YouTube and a YouTube whistle blower by the name of Peter Lim exposed the motorist to be Mark Franklin, Managing Director of Piaggio Asia Pacific. Mark is obviously pretty "well-liked" to be outed like that on the internet.


With this tip, The Unseen Singapore dug deeper and found two compelling pieces of evidence to back up this claim.

First, Piaggio Asia Pacific's office is situated at Suntec City Tower Two and being the Managing Director, it would explain why Mark Franklin parks his Vespa in the Suntec area and drives a red hot Vespa (live product advertising).


Second, from Mark Franklin's Facebook, it is confirmed that he is British and this ties up with the victim's account of the motorist speaking with a British accent.


Are these facts purely coincidental or is Mark Franklin the bozo on that sexy red Vespa?

Will Mark Franklin be man enough to own up to his mistake and apologise to all Singaporeans for his thuggish arrogance?

Now that we (the People) have done the heavy lifting, will the authorities take action against this foreign talent or are they afraid of his wealth and influence?

Singaporeans welcome foreign talents to our little island but if you step on us, we will "hunt" you down and shame you :)

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143 comments:

  1. Another Anton Casey eh...

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    1. Pointing middle finger at someone is chargeable under law....
      Throw the trash into the smelliest trash bag and shipped back to Britain....

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    2. If he does that to me< I will get out and tell him to shaft that middle finger up his own ass and onto his mum ass too

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    3. arrogant arsehole ... this guy is BIRD brain or what? stupid PAP slam locals ...but look what u have done ... bring more and more of such TRASH to our island ...The police needs TO ACT!!! First he mades an illegal U-turn which is endangering drivers who brake suddenly on right lane who needs to avoid hitting him

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  2. Great detective work! Well done!

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    1. Think about it . The road is so wide , why must the driver horn. I will show him the finger too..... but the ang mo is just u lucky.

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    2. U lucky u no ang moh or r bee u 2 peaces.

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    3. "Think about it . The road is so wide , why must the driver horn."

      Your logic is warped. It's NOT about whether the road is wide or not.

      So if the road is 'wide enough', I can stand there and read a mag? Or play with my handphone? Or look at the sky for 30 mins, all the while asking the traffic to avoid me and divert away?

      The fella stopped ABRUPTLY, causing the driver to e-brake, thereby endangering the driver as well as potentially causing accident with the on-coming traffic from behind.

      And he still has the fucking cheeks to raise his middle finger? In a hosting country? As a managing director of an MNC?

      WTF is on his, and your, mind?

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    4. well said,,,,, what a damn stupid comment 'the roadis wide'
      muz be the frnz of tat dxxkhead!!!

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  3. Good job! Keep it up!

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  4. He is nothing but white trash who deserves to get screwed. Send this details to his boss and ask them to sack him like Anton

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    1. but.....he is the boss!

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  5. You are all biase. Many others are like him and probably even worst. Don't blow this issue up as if you are innocent. We Singaporean drivers are the worst myself included. Just count how many accidents each working day are reported over the radio. We blame everything and everyone else for any problem but not ourselves.

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    1. I am sorry to say, but if you look up, Singaporeans also report local bad drivers and hunt them down. Case in point the Honda Civic Beng call Ah Quek......remember?????

      Why then all others living in this island should be indifferent..........????

      I have friends from all over the world as with many of our Singaporean brothers and sisters. All I am saying is if you come to my house, please behave. So how is that blaming others then ourselves..........

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    2. 'Biase' (sic)?? LOL

      Wake up your idea before you even lay your dumb fingers on your keyboard again.

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  6. Someone write a formal complain to his company. We'll see how far his middle finger goes up his arse

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  7. Let's get this piece of white trash OUT!!!!

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    1. Your comments describe what kind of person you are.

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  8. He's obviously a cyclist too. Anyone recalls the incident where the cyclist dashed out, almost causing an accident and yet stopped in front of the car and dared the driver to run him over? sama sama?

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  9. This guy is sure damn unlucky. Finger up at the wrong time wrong place into a waiting camera and now the whole world knows his bad habits and middle finger.

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    1. unbefitting of his designation. shame to his employer

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  10. What has become of our peace loving and law-abiding society that we Singaporeans are being labeled as "scum of the earth" by a foreign PMET? He who has violated our space and peace and yet having the audacity to stick his middle finger right up our butts! Are we to be a disgrace to the world having descended deep down the abyss as seen by these foreigners? The likes of Anton Casey and Mark Franklin. Have we lowered our standing in the eyes of the world in submission to this kind of wanton abuse by a foreign aggressor only to have him getting away with impunity? Whereupon we the peasants has been chastised as "xenophobic"; "bigotry" and "a disgace to the nation" by our very own leaders when we spoke up! The colonial hangover that we so painstainkly shook off from the British rule for four decades only to be pervasively brought back on us again the last decade.

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    1. I sympathise with Singaporeans here but lets put in perspective. He swore and insulted a local. Call him an idiot and then focus on more important thing. "Wanton abuse by a foreign aggressor" is the sort of language used to describe Hitler etc. not Mark Franklin.

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  11. The way our political leaders pander to the FTs, it's no surprise some of them have become arrogant and show no respect for our people and our laws. If these people donned our blue uniforms and started policing us.....Singaporeans are doomed!

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  12. Please don't speak for Singaporeans.
    We are not all petty and ready to STOMP on others.

    The article on this site is a disgrace to what a civil society should be.

    Tolerance isn't about not having beliefs. It's about how your beliefs lead you to treat people who disagree with you.

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    1. Well said. A few more of these and Singapore will soon have a rather different image that may not to be the liking of its citizens.

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  13. The "victim" chose to call another person out on a illegal U turn.
    The "bad guy" gave a middle finger.
    Judging by the fall out of the article, you'd imagine getting an insult akin to firing a gun or murdering his family members.

    We are like children on a playground, running to Mother Internet for justice when called names.

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  14. This bastard Ang Moh should be thankful that timid Sinkies hadn't bashed his skull in.

    You expats shouldn't get too cocky... it may come back to haunt ya.

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  15. Please blast this out to ALL mainstream media! We need to send this Chow Ah Moh to -- Perth to join Anton Casey!

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  16. WHY are u all being bullied so badly by The British bull dogs in Singapore>? stand up to your rights man,!! in HK, they aren't to do such thing!!

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    1. Anyone in HK feeling insulted by this is far more likely to get out of the car and have a shouting match independent of race or ethnic origin.

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  17. Tired of these ridiculous articles bashing ang mohs.

    If I, as a white male from another country, was cut off by a "local" driver, then I tracked down their car, stalked them on facebook and re-published all of their details for public ridicule - I'd be the one everyone would be pointing the finger at.

    Singaporeans need to stop handing out such obvious double standards.

    A basic web search on the history of Singapore says that about 200 years ago the population of Singapore was roughly 5,000..

    I'm guessing that not all of you loud-shouting "locals" aren't direct descendants of those?...

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    1. Totally agree with you!!

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    2. You still don't get it. Now the research paper by professor Rushton pointing to the fact that white people has lower level of intelligence than the orientals is beginning to make so much sense.

      Do not do to others what you do not want others to do to you. Try imagining an oriental guy coming to your white country, blatantly breaking traffic rule, point a middle finger at you and intimidate you with his kung fu. How would you white people react?

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    3. You are a guest so, you need to behave. If you don't please get the fuck out.

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    4. People that come to my "white country" aren't children who need the government or police to protect from them someone giving them the finger... Seriously... It is reading comments like these that make you realize why there are so many FT in Singapore...

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    5. Totally missing the point...Point is OP mentioned double standards, but the Honda Civic Ah Beng case disproves this. Fact is, if you are rude and act like a ***** on the road, u'll get called out no matter your race...These kind of people thrive on the indulgence of society, provoking and giving empty threats knowing that people dont dare to harm them due to strict law enforcement in Singapore. Therefore, they rightly deserved to be shamed. But honestly,if it was me, i would have stalked him and made him swallow his fingers when he is at a secluded area with no one looking. But not everyone is like me, and i understand their purpose in doing this rather than to beat the living shi* out of the guy

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  18. Why are you foreigners carrying so much rage in you? Already the local government sucks up to you and freely give you permanent residency, free uni education, cheap housing, cheap public transport, free local girls to suck your dicks. Is this not enough? Why do you still want to antagonize the locals by raging on the roads as well?
    Talk about biting the hands that feed you. When you've got a good thing going, just chill out and reap the benefits, not risk losing the perks by being dickheads on the roads. No wonder the locals think foreigners are brainless.

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  19. Let us find out his head office and send this news to his big boss. So Unbefitting to be a M.D

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  20. We are not being biased against this trash; difference being when you live in a foreign country you are a guest and it is incumbent upon you obeying local laws and respecting local customs. Who is to blame for this trash's daring behaviour? We ourselves folks!! We put them on high pedestals and worship them. Look at many of the ads for condos. They illustrate the "ang mo tua kee" syndrom! We slap ourselves!

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  21. I think we should share this page with the Piaggio board of directors to show them how Mark Franklin behaves in Singapore. What a shame!!

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  22. why don't you ang mohs try this in Thailand, China, Indonesia or even Malaysia?
    that's right! you all know you'd get your heads bashed in and probably run over a few times with their vehicles.
    mess with the wrong people in Thailand and Indonesia, you get shot.
    you guys only dare to do this in Singapore because you know our government has no balls when it comes to dealing with caucasians and rich foreigners and the locals are oppressed to the point of being timid and subversive.

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  23. Points to ponder:
    1. Has 'victim" Tay any proof of the illegal U turn made? If not, it is just his words we hear.
    2. If this has happened between 2 local people, would it still get as much attention? Aren't we practicing double standards here then?
    3. Shouldn't both sides of the story be heard before judgement is passed? That ang moh could be reacting to a severe provocation!


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    1. Well said. A credit to the country, unlike most of the inflammatory posts here.

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  24. Can the blogger respond to this?

    Delia Ho shared a link.
    7 hours ago · Edited
    The Real Singapore is seriously getting on my nerves. I happen to know the other side of the story, and I have a few points I wanna make, so hear me out.

    Can I kindly request for “Victim” Tay to upload the raw video with FULL AUDIO so Singaporeans can make an impartial judgment of the whole incident?

    Mr. Franklin was pulling over to the right as he suspected that there’s a problem with his scooter. Note: He did not stop to threaten said victim. “Victim” Tay then honked at him, not ONCE as claimed, but continuously for the ENTIRE duration of the video and after. This ‘victim’ also HAD HIS MIDDLE FINGER UP THE WHOLE TIME. This prompted Mr. Franklin to walk over to his car to find out what the problem was. I can only imagine how pissed Mr. Franklin must have been because as if getting stuck with a faulty scooter is not unfortunate enough, he now has to deal with a rude fellow road-user who chose to seek unnecessary trouble instead of just taking the left lane where there is ample space to pass. I’m not saying Mr. Franklin is completely right for showing the finger, but he definitely did not do it unprovoked. Next, MR. FRANKLIN DID NOT MAKE ANY DEROGATORY REMARKS DIRECTED AT SINGAPOREANS. “Victim” Tay can be taken to court for slander under the Defamation Act. After catching how he was “victimized” on video, “Victim” Tay then started gloating. He was smiling widely and singing “I got you on video, I got you on video” repeatedly, which brings me to my next point…

    What is “Victim” Tay’s intention? Tay, why are you terrorizing foreigners like that? Now that you have gotten undiscerning Singaporeans to hate on foreigners (more), what else do you want? Playing victim and turning Singaporeans against foreigners like Mr. Franklin may be fun to you, but did it ever occur to you that you are ruining people’s lives?

    I am absolutely disgusted at how this (severely misrepresented) incident is magnified just because the man in question is a foreigner. –Okay from this point onwards I am just ranting- The most common reaction from netizens goes along the lines of ‘he is a foreigner, how can he come to our land and do this to our people?’ Hello, NEWSFLASH: As much as they do not have the right to do anything marginally harmful to us locals, we do not REIGN OVER THEM. Stop treating them like they are less of a human and judge them based on a different set of standards. QUIT PICKING ON THEM JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN. QUIT THE DOUBLE STANDARDS.

    I know Singaporeans’ aversion towards foreigners is not baseless, and I am also guilty of conveniently blaming them for the most random things, but seriously… stop thinking every Ang Moh is out to get you. Stop picking on foreigners. Stop being so xenophobic.

    I know it is only natural to want to stand up for a fellow Singaporean, but I sincerely hope local netizens will stop taking sides blindly and start withholding judgment before getting substantiated versions of the stories they read online.

    Lastly, TRS should stop calling itself ‘the voices of average Singaporeans’. Average Singaporeans are better than that. There is a thin line between uncensored journalism and total bullshit. TRS, stop threading on that line.

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    1. Please lah.. how you know? You are the ang moh right?

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    2. No matter what, the Chao Ang Moh shouldn't show his middle finger and behaved disrespectful...

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    3. For drivers and motorcyclists ,
      if there is a reason to suspect something wrong with your vehicle ,
      correct me if I am wrong that we should pull over to the left side of the road , is pulling over to the right side correct ?
      Is pointing the middle finger an offence ,
      if yes , I will like to see some action being taken.
      'Victim' also shows middle finger ,
      where is the proof...video only shows the other way
      Want to sue for slander ,
      then make it happen and let the law decide!

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    4. TUS is just another STOMP like site riding on untruth stories from contributors. I totally support impartiality and non-judgemental view in this case. Only after thorough check would this half-baked truth hold good until then the bashing is unfounded. I totally support Mark in that he is not guilty until proven. What if Tay in turn showed his middle-finger or splurged profanity at Mark. Both of their actions would cancel out. But law needs to behold who is guilty.

      Fanning xenophobia is too sicky and would do harm to any country.

      NB: I am not supporting any chow angmoh but Mark is just equivalent to Tay until the truth is found out and known to all S'prns. My boss is British who I hate to the core for not his colour but as an individual's action and character.

      Thanks

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  25. The "other side" of the story doesn't make sense leh

    If you kena problem with your car or scooter, would you pull over to the RIGHT?

    Also, when you watch the video, the ANG MOH IMMEDIATELY GIVE MIDDLE FINGER when he turn around. You telling me if scooter got problem, you still can immediately turn around and neh people without seeing what's going on meh?

    If Ang Moh say he knows he kena film, why he never gesture in front of camera if Ah Tay say he is on video?

    If Ang Moh say his scooter got problem, then why he walk back to scooter and RIDE OFF to make the u-turn?

    Simple lah. The ang moh wanted shortcut to motorbike parking near his office and he kena caught by Ah Tay. Now he want to bullshit and say he was the victim here

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  26. Cannot understand that the vidoe was edited to show only what the owner wants you to see and feel?

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  27. Possible explanation, but in the absence of other evidence or witnesses, we can only reply on the video. 1. If there was a problem with the scooter, he would not have stopped on the right, he would have stopped on the left. If I had a problem, I would be slowing down on the left and stopping on the left. 2. The video showed that he stopped way before the car stopped and was quite far ahead. It looks like he was obviously going for the illegal short cut. 3. Having stopped and showed the middle finger, he moved forward again to park, which indicates there's nothing wrong with his scooter 4. It cannot be a coincidence that his scooter had a problem just at that little gap where he wanted to go in??? 5. If he really had a problem and he is so near Suntec, his office, would he not have gone all the way to his office before he checks on the scooter? I would. If I stop, it may not start again and I have a real problem. 6. If someone showed the middle finger at me and I punched him, I am in the wrong. From the video, it was obvious he walked towards the car. I am sure he wasn't asking for directions! He was possibly (I said possibly) the aggressor and the way he taps on the car (Body Language) showed it too (Hey, you don't touch a Chinese's car just like you don't touch a black man's radio... fm Rush Hour). 7. He moved of immediately after, which again showed that there's nothing wrong with his scooter. If he can move off, he can go to his office to check on his scooter. Having said the above, too bad, he's the one caught on video. I am not against foreigners and but I am against road rage regardless of who it is. The guy who posted the comment on the blog obviously do not know the driver, so he is possibly an employee or a friend of Mr Franklin listening to his side of the story??? The only suspicion here is that the audio was deleted. But even if the driver had sounded his horn continuously, he is not wrong (since when was sounding the horn wrong?). The scooter should never have stopped, blocking traffic on the fast lane (if I were the driver, I would not have expected it to stop and I may have to jam my brake to avoid him, adding to my frustration) on a busy road entering the CBD! You can actually see that he stopped quite far out the lane!

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  28. Lucky he did it in spore...imagine if it had been in the neighbouring countries...kicap by the roadside already...

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  29. Can his bicycle cycling group educate him on proper behaviour? Please..... The rest of us guys on two wheels have been trying to improve the image of two wheelers and improve the condition and provisions on the road for all of us.

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  30. I will be most happy to see this guy sacked and asked to pack his bags. Piaggio has a bad name now

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  31. i hope piaggio will sack him from job. this fucking ang moh getting more and more a lot in singapore and they should behave and respect to us since they staying in our country. it best if this ang moh go home and bring the whole family out from singapore

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  32. I find that some people here are just insane. There was a story where a Singaporean Mother drowned a child and her Ang Moh husband was put at fault. Why are people being so racist.

    We are all brothers and sisters. Everyone should just get along. Yes there are ang-mohs who are very annoying and think that money should get them respect, yet on the other hand there is Singaporeans who are extremely racist towards foreigners. Whats the point of having hatred. Just focused on more important things in life and that is to improve society and oneself.

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  33. the biggest question is, did the video taker make a police report with the video(can do it online)? if he did, authorities would have taken action, if he did not, why? what is he afraid of or hiding? all road bullies need to be punished. be brave

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  34. My name is Mark and I am the person involved above, First and foremost, I want to apologise to the anonymous driver with whom I had the disagreement shown in the video, and to all who felt offended after watching the silent clip.

    I humbly admit that I reacted in an inappropriate manner and I deeply regret my response. I lost my patience and for that I am truly sorry.

    I would like to stress that in the years that I lived in Singapore, I have built close friendships with many Singaporeans and have greatly enjoyed living and working here. I have absolutely no prejudices against the people of Singapore, or of any other population.

    Precisely because of the affection and friendships that link me to Singapore, once again I hope that my apology will be accepted by the anonymous driver and by all.

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    1. GET OUT OF SINGAPORE

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    2. fuck off, mark... singapore is full.... we don't need mofos like you on our already congested roads.

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    3. "I had the disagreement shown in the video, and to all who felt offended after watching the silent clip."
      I can tell this chap is not sincere at all, he apologise just because he scare of becoming another Anton Casey. No matter what, the moment you pointed middle finger you're in the wrong, not only that but you also initial a fight, if the driver is wrong you can report him to the authority and not showing the middle finger. You've to answer for your own action, be responsible and the authorities should take action against him then waiting for people to file a case report.

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    4. Anonymous, you are being totally unreasonable & childish. If someone has apologised, you just accept it and move on.

      Frankly, I do feel sorry for Mark to having been treated this way.

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    5. You are sorry because you are caught. Stop the bull shit

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    6. Fair is fair.
      We all make mistakes. Let's be gracious and accept the apology.

      I've had many dealings with white people over many years.
      Though I do not like to generalize, I find the British to be more honourable than most white folks from other countries.

      I myself have behaved badly at times when I was overseas.

      Let's keep our hatred of PAP separate from the way we judge foreigners who live amongst us.

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  35. give him some durian husks on his seat

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  36. I think for the most part, 'respect' is missing that escalated to this offensive and even physically abusive response. It is a very 'belittling' action - something one does, to people they (pardon me) look down upon. I will not elaborate further to worsen this situation. I do not believe Singaporeans have over-reacted in their comments regarding this unpleasant encounter. The driver could have come out of the car and return Mark's abusive reaction too and create a din, obstructing the road condition and endangering fellow motorists. The driver of the car didn't - who says Singaporeans have no grace? Just compare these 2 in the video. Yet many times, instances like these still happens to us in other minor ways but many have gone unreported, simply because they were just too insignificant. This yet, is again Grace - the unreported cases.

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    1. He didn't get out of the car because Singaporeans for the most part are pansies... They talk a big game but then slink back into a corner with their head bowed hoping they won't get their ass kicked. Never I have met a more egotistical, spoiled and ignorant people...

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  37. Whether he truly used those insulting words, surely I can't comment. But just by the fact of showing the middle finger is behavior uncalled for, esplly from a expat with respectable standing in a well known company. Maybe not to the extent of firing him, I think the co should ask him to apologise to the offended party.

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  38. OK OK ~ cool down everyone. We're all human, and Mark seems to have apologised (a few comments earlier). Be gracious, be generous of heart.

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  39. Mark, go home & fly kite.

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  40. Mark Franklin =MF = Mother Fucker

    Scoot back to your country man, save you the air ticket

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  41. Anton casey spotted at clarke quay drinking. wish i had taken a photo

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  42. Nothing in this little red dot is as Corrupted and outright unscrupulous despicable then
    Singapore most corrupted Rolex watch retailer.
    Google : An unscrupulous Rolex retailer in Singapore

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  43. If you travel to Ang-Mo country often you'll know that they do not like people to honk them, they hate it, will get them angry and show middle finger, it's really a bad way of expressing actually.

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    1. It is considered extremely rude to honk at someone in the USA

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  44. Sibei Swee. Good job yo!

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  45. I work in hotel, I've seen many arrogant expat. They are everywhere. Why must they behave this way. It's true that Asian's upbringing is more honorable.

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  46. Yes, i find what he had done is very wrong but if possible try and learn to be more forgiving... No offending as it is only a one side story, anyway he should be in a deep trouble after all criticized against him... Just let him stand out for a sincere apologize will do, he did not injured anyone anyway... Everyone has different mood everyday, minutes and seconds... May accidentally done things wrong or throw temper beyond controlled, anyway he is here for a living... Just forgive and forget, hope he will learn a lesson after this... And also, hope Internet is a kind of tools for searching information, advertising, selling and most of all learning... Try not to misuse it as a form of gossiping especially "stomp" sort of thing, you may not like it if one fine day you find that you yourself appeared to be the lead...

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  47. Remember Pauline Hanson?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pauline_Hanson

    Every country goes through this, especially when life gets tough for people.

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  48. These people are trampling all over us, like we are pests or rodents to be gotten rid of. Saddest thing is that they are people who have come over to our country to work and we have been toiling here all our lives to make this place work. In most places, it is the locals who discriminate agaisnt the foreigners. Here it is the other way around. We need to do all we can to change this mindset.

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  49. I am a motorist and a Singaporean, just gotten a middle finger this morning from a fellow Singaporean in a blue Subaru who looks like he is rushing for time during rush hour and cutting lanes like his grandfather's road. So from a Singaporean to another Singaporean that is ok?

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    1. Feel free to post it online if you deem fit

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    2. How would blaming ourselves solve any problem? The colonial mentality has to be changed no doubt, and no one is contending that. It is slowly changing but it first has to start with the individual. Learn how to respect yourself and others more, whichever race or nationality we are.

      It's not about us being biased but the angmo missed the point about having basic respect for others and being a courteous human being. His behaviour surely is frowned on even in his home country. It just so happens that this had been caught on video which is bad luck on Mark.

      It is the behaviour that should not be tolerated and I am glad the motorist sought out an avenue to share his experience. It is not about locals vs expats but bad behaviour. We should call out bullies.

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    3. Only locals can give foreigners here the flip. But foreigners here are not entitled to insult Singaporeans.

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    4. To be fair, in the US or England if you had to pull over to the side and someone started honking their horn at you... It would be perfectly reasonable to shoot them the finger. Honking is just as rude, if you decide to honk... or shoot the middle finger you should be prepared for whatever comes as they are both an invitation for an ass kicking.

      Singaporeans need to grow up and quite hiding behind the skirts of their government and police. Until they grow up and decide to be adults like most the rest of the world instead of insolent children you will continue to have the scourge of FT that you dislike so much

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  50. All these are symptoms of a deep resentment not towards foreigners but towards caucasians. We seem to always need their endorsement to make things seem "good and credible" such as CNA tends to pan camera shots of caucasian faces first then others in symposium, seminars or even interviews on the streets. Then SIA's advertisements speak very loudly. Condominium ads are weekly features and one property group's tv branding tagline goes something like "we don't just build buildings, we also build people" then showing a Caucasian baby being held up in the air! Why not a Malay, a Chinese, an Indian baby? I think all these point to our subservient colonial mentality. We have ourselves to blame!!!!!!

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    1. Ang moh shows middle finger to a Singaporean.
      And you say we are to blame?

      You must be a PAPig Millionaire Minister.

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    2. How would blaming ourselves solve any problem? The colonial mentality has to be changed no doubt, and no one is contending that. It is slowly changing but it first has to start with the individual. Learn how to respect yourself and others more, whichever race or nationality we are.

      It's not about us being biased but the angmo missed the point about having basic respect for others and being a courteous human being. His behaviour surely is frowned on even in his home country. It just so happens that this had been caught on video which is bad luck on Mark.

      It is the behaviour that should not be tolerated and I am glad the motorist sought out an avenue to share his experience. It is not about locals vs expats but bad behaviour. We should call out bullies.

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  51. We saw the same sort of vigilantes during the Chinese Cultural Revoultion. Just goes to show that leopards cannot change their spots.

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  52. " just because Tay tapped his horn (once) "
    Not according to other witnesses. Still, why let another side of this rather farcical story detract from the usual rants.

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  53. I am an expat and it makes me sick to see the attitudes and actions of some of the expats here. Please don't confuse the actions of some with the intentions of all. Many expats love Singapore and embrace the culture here. We are guests here only...and many of us know this. If it was up to me...I would kick this guy out immediately. If he did this in the US, he would of been dragged from his bike and beat the "f" up. Disrespect like that will only be repeated. Trust me, this isn't the first time he has done this.

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    1. I dont trust you. Stupid comment. In the US he would have got a middle finger back, possilby a few nasty words and then ignored!

      Most people have actual important htings happening in their lives. The guys was an idiot. He has been told off. Done. Move on.

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  54. GOOD WORK DONE!!! We need to teach all these idiots a lesson. Nobody is above the law!

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  55. I'm a British Caucasian trying to get PR. These incidents make me cringe because it can only reduce even further the likelihood that I will receive PR approval. I have been trying fro five years every six months. I never get any explanation as to why I am being rejected each time. If anybody would like to help me, I would be most grateful.

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    1. Get yourself married, have a bunch of kids, substantiate that you have the means to raise your family, then put in your application as a family. Voila - whole bunch of you will be approved for PR. Reason - our leaders are so desperate for babies to boost GDP ......

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    2. The PAP government probably does not want too many white people coming here as citizens and permanent residents.
      Why?
      Because most white people who come here are from developed democracies.
      And they will know (once they become citizens) just how exploited Singaporean citizens are.

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  56. Let me state that I am a Singapore who has been working overseas for many years. Wherever I am based, I adopt the culture and good habits of the local people knowing that in part, I am upholding the good name of Singapore.

    The reaction in this forum to this fellow actions caught on video is NOT Xenophobic nor racist. Whether he is a White, Black, Yellow or Green fellow has no bearing as he did commit (1) a traffic offence (b) acted in a threatening manner and (c) made an obscene gesture.

    All this is good enough for him to be prosecuted for the offences committed.

    For those who has taken the line in slamming him because he is a foreigner, please do put it in the right context so that we can show all the foreigners that we, Singaporeans, are not Xenophobic nor racist.

    Foreigners (of whatever creed or colour) should understand that you are a guest in someone else's home. You should behave with appropriately during your stay with us. We will be a good host as long as you behave like a good guest.

    Further, foreigners has to keep in mind that regardless of your position in the commercial sector (Managing Director, General Managers, IT Managers, Construction Workers etc), you are no more than just providing a service in OUR country. You work and you get a salary. The service you provide, hopefully bring about some good to our country. Its a commercial transaction and a social contract. So please do not ask us to "appreciate" you.

    Should you not fulfilled both criteria, then we will stop being a good host as you have not fulfilled your intended function.

    So to this fellow in the video, you are caught behaving badly and also breaking OUR traffic laws. This is very evident so let's stop the debate as its a no brainer.

    If you really work with Piaggio, then I suggest that your bosses take the appropriate action. If they don't then we Singaporeans will obviously come to the conclusion that Piaggio does not take us Singapore seriously even if they want to sell their products to us and make a profit.

    What I have said is based purely on logic and I dare say that if a Singaporean acted the same way as this fellow, I would have said the same about him & the company that engages his services.

    Now, the (1) Traffic Police - please do your job, (2) Piaggio - if this fellow is a staff of yours, we Singaporeans are waiting for your action / response and (3) to anyone Foreigners or Singaporeans, if you behave in such an inappropriate manner, please do not expect to anyone to take it quietly. If you don't want anyone to pick on you, don't pick on us.



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    1. Agree 100%..well put

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    2. Anonymous- PROUD TO BE A SINGAPOREAN

      I totally agree. When any individual resides in a foreign land, he or she should abide by the country's laws and show respect to the locals and uphold the good name of their own country. Otherwise their existence will surely bring not only disgrace to themselves, country and family name but also to HUMANITY.

      This foreigner's obscene gesture, aggressive behavior and breaking of traffic law cannot go unpunished or we will be sending a wrong signal to all foreigners living in Singapore that we can be dictated by their "whims & fancies" without giving due respect to the local people, laws and customs here.

      I have seen many Singaporeans hiding behind closed doors for fear of antagonising their foreign neighbours who behave loudly, callously and aggressively to fellow locals. For they know that if they were to speak up, not much can be done to improve the situation but instead more trouble will come knocking on their doors.

      Why should Singaporeans continue to live in fear in our own homeland and feel like we are but strangers and prisoners in our own land "invaded" by foreigners in every nook and corner of public housing, transport systems, work areas and even recreational places.

      We should not continue to stay silent and let the foreigners act in inappropriate manner, hurling abusive language nor insults at our fellow Singaporeans. As long as they choose to work and live here, they must abide by our law and custom and live at peace with and give due respect to all Singaporeans, Otherwise the moment they stop being a good guest, we too can stop playing host and SEND THEM BACK TO THEIR OWN HOMELAND!

      More avenues for Singaporeans to speak up, voice out and air their bad experiences they encounter with foreigners should be provided. GREATER REINFORCEMENT and POLICY CHANGES must be provided to condone such callous behavior on the roads, in housing estates, workplaces, and public, recreational places to Protect fellow Singaporeans. Many do not know where and how to seek help when they are hurt or intimidated by foreigners.

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    3. So foreigners are all to blame?! Singaporeans don't even obey their own road laws! 'living in fear in your own homeland?" Unless I'm missing something, that's got to be a candidate for biggest exaggeration of the year! You must admit that's over the top?

      I can tell you that it works both ways. For foreigners who have been wronged by locals, it's virtually impossible to get any interest from the authorities, unless a serious crime has been committed. I know from experience.

      I studied hard to pass my drivers test and 'fit in' when I came to Singapore. I'm no saint, but I can tell you that in most of the 'homelands' you speak of, such badly behaved drivers would be slapped with a $200-300 fine or worse.

      I completely agree with you that there should be more enforcement. But I think you'd see at least as many Singaporeans getting fined as foreigners. The road problem isn't to do with 'foreigners' as it is to do with decency in general. There's not enough of it.

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  57. Go to his company website to post his actions as a MD shame him forward links and photos to his HQ Piaggio Group show them WHAT kind of MD they employed for Asia pacific and get them to bring that asshole back to Europe for goodness sake.

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  58. Aiyaa... Singaporean also have bad habbit in Malaysia .. speeding in highway like nobody's business. But we just kept quiet. . No fuss

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  59. I did better than that ! I just copied the links to all the email contact addresses in the Piaggio Group web page ! Hope this angmoh go join the Casey bugger in Perth soon. We don't need scums like him around.....

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  60. Help. A Brit from Kent sold me a faulty mp3 player he claimed was only a day old. It doesn't hold charge after a few days, and now cannot even turn on. I called him, SMSed him no reply. Now he blocks my call, as I could still get through with another number.

    What should I do?

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  61. "HONKING IS RUDE - PERIOD" UNLESS IT IS USED TO WARN AN IMPENDING ACCIDENT WHICH IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN IF YOU DO NOT SOUND A WARNING.

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  62. disappointed with this type of attitude.....i think he was making illegal U turn also
    authorities need to take action again him.
    his own company should do that too.

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  63. You singaporean so lembik nowadays. If i meet a white doing that to me i would come out from the car and smash the white bastard. Obviously he jumped out from the ugly scooter and came to you after the finger pointing showing he wants trouble. Yes we may get trouble from the law but who intimidate me first.

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    1. Not very racist are you.

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  64. Singaporean have no balls anymore. Used to hantam foreigners especially whites in clubs. That time whites although say bad about us behind our back but they were afraid to intimidate people here.

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  65. The World is Round, what goes around comes around! One will begets what they deserves!

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  66. This Briton guy seems to be a racist, pure and simple.

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    1. No just arrogant as are so many business immigrants .

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  67. I can not believe how racist some of you people are. Describing some one as white trash is disgraceful in 2014. You should be ashamed. I know Mark very well. He is a good man. He does not deserve to be haranged like this due to one incident based on some ones say so. He may not have done the right thing here, however your method of hunting people down is medieval. Shame on you. Thinking of you and your kids. GD

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    1. Why not you tell that to PAP when Opposition politicians were being arrested.

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  68. Our leaders prostituted Singapore and suckered up to foreigners under the guise of globalisation, and ordinary singaporeans end up treated like whores by foreigners ....

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  69. As an expat I can say all Singaporeans are friendly and have full control on their emotions. But I do feel that most of the Singapore Taxi drivers are lost in their world. They are hardworking driving 12 hours shifts but do they have such concentration on road for long hours. Singapore government should help Singapore taxi drivers may be reduce their taxes or reduce car insurance premium or other benefits.

    I have spoken to Singapore Taxi drivers most of them are polite they tell how hard they work to raise their family. One driver recently had a child and working 7 days and another aged driver was working hard to send her daughter to college.

    I feel that communication is the key here. Singaporeans and foreigners don't communicate with each other. Let’s stop this robotic life in Singapore. Whenever I board a train in MRT, I feel that it has full of robots playing with their gadgets. It’s said to say I have also become robot like all.

    All it needs is a smile. Have you ever smiled or started a conversion with a fellow passenger in MRT. Once we communicate all these issues will be gone. Most of the foreigners respect local customs and laws, but there might one or two rotten tomatoes. It is one individual who makes mistakes and he might be from any country.

    Anyways have a nice day.

    Let’s learn to be happy with our self.

    Learn from yourself, teach yourself, love yourself.

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    1. The PAP government wants robotic citizens in order to implement a low wage regime.

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  70. Let’s listen to Mark's version also. You can't decide based on what you see from Tay's eyes (Camera). Did he honk only once? Did he made any gesture? Why would Mark scold Singaporeans? I can agree he might have scolded Tay.

    We have to listens both versions of Mark and Tay. Tay you have to get a life everyone will have a bad day. That doesn't mean that you will make that man’s life miserable posting like.

    Anyways have a nice day.

    Let’s learn to be happy with our self.

    Learn from yourself, teach yourself, love yourself.

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  71. http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/article/1506469/online-vigilantes-target-foreigners-singapore

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  72. All you have to do is send rhe post to the PM office and some action will be taken. And file a police report on the incidenr. Let the law have it`s day.

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  73. Foreigners are not the problem here in Singapore.
    The PAP government is the problem.

    If Singaporeans fight with foreigners, the PAP government will offer themselves as the solution to the problem (which PAP created in the first place).

    Learn from Mark.
    Show a PAP politician the finger.
    If they arrest you, they will also have to arrest Mark.

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  74. Concerned about Bad Driving8 May 2014 at 23:10

    I'm surprised at how overtly racist some people are in these comments. As a Singapore PR, I sympathise with the motorists, and do not condone 'road rage' even though I admit I have succumbed to it many times. I wish I had not.

    It would help if drivers on the roads in Singapore (wherever they are from) would behave better and if the LTA/ Traffic POlice would hand out $100-200 fines for bad behaviour. What bad behaviour, you ask...?

    These happened to me in recent months:

    1. Driver intentionally drives her car into mine because she wants to turn left and there's no room to let her in. I sit on my horn to warn her and she stares at me while she scrapes her car across the front of mine. Initially says let's settle privately, then refuses. (Bukit Timah Road - Bodywork required, insurance claim, I do all the work)

    2. Driver distracted by her phone and drink wanders across the lane divider knocks my rear-view mirror. No horn from me. I motion for her to pull over (no rude gestures) which she does and proceeds to be angry with me. (Upper Thomson Road - scratch on mirror, too much work to pursue; grumpy 'sorry', glare, and then storms off)

    3. Taxi cuts across 3 lanes of traffic in front of my car narrowly missing an accident. (Rochor Road - sent video to TP who referred to Cab Company who claim he received a reprimand)

    4. Mercedes pulls away from light and swerves in front of my car. When I sound my horn, he stops in the middle of the main road (no vehicles in front) to try and get me to hit him. (Balestier Road)

    5. Bus blocks a yellow box *entirely* across the intersection between lights so that no vehicles can pass through when their light is green.

    That's excluding the regular flouting of the Highway Code by motorcycles dangerously weaving in and out of traffic (INCLUDING LTA OFFICERS!), going between cars; vehicles never using signals and changing lanes suddenly and without warning. No wonder people get upset!

    Where are the traffic police? When I reported 1) they said "we are not interested". The insurance company paid in full after I showed them the evidence. Driver couldn't care less and will probably do it again. I also reported 3) and 4) to the traffic police with video footage (I got an HD camera fitted after the first one) and despite phone calls and emails I have heard nothing from them since December.

    I think it's fair to say that there is a problem on the roads in Singapore. People do what they want and there are no police around. Why?

    Finally, commenters, grow up! The reason people complain about this stuff is because it's NOT KL or Jakarta or Manila. Singapore is a 1st-world country. It has laws (enforced??) and you expect (relatively) wealthy educated drivers to behave better. It's not a personal criticism of Singaporeans, it's a desire to make things better. One strong measure of a society's maturity is its ability to take criticism and make itself stronger. Somebody complains, don't be pathetic - do something! And don't be racist, that's just nasty.

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  75. I note that this website didn't bother to check with both sides before coming down squarely on the Singaporean's side with very inflammatory comments. So not really very responsible at all...

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    1. Wah!
      You mean in Operation Cold Store, you checked both sides before coming down squarely on PAP's side of the story?

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Coldstore

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    2. I didnt come down on anyone's side, especially in a 50 year old internal security operation about which I know nothing. All I meant was that it would have been more responsible to the parties involved, especially since photos are now pasted all over the page, to check and publish both sides. Unless of course, the site just wanted to stir things up in an unpleasant way...

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    3. So what's stopping you from contacting Mark Franklin and getting his side of the story.
      And then posting his side of the story here.

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  76. kanna horn once and point middle finger and wave it around some more? if I saw someone thrashing his scooter I would not stop him or report it to the police.

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  77. I would like to hear the original audio to the video. Got nothing to hide then should post the original sound. There is another side to this story that isn't being told.

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  78. so nothing happened to him ah....expected la he scold one Singaporean not like anton cocksey insult all singaporeans who take mrt...

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  79. Why are people over-reacting? There are bad foreigners as well as bad Singaporeans. They are everywhere, not only here in SG.

    Both are not perfect as both are humans. Pls don't stereotype ppl this way and pls also do not let your anger towards Gov policies cloud your judgement.

    I assume that all the ppl posting their comments here are adults and as adults, pls think rationally and avoid stirring up the matter into overblown proportions. That just shows how immature you are.

    IN THIS MATTER, it is ridiculous to mete out punishment without listening to both sides of the story so, pls stop ranting abt how bad these white ppl are or how bad these Singaporeans are. If you want to be a kaypoh and wants to go all the way, by all means, go and meet both of them together and settle this.

    Ranting here don't mean anything. It just shows that you are a keyboard warrior with no common sense and only want attention.

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    1. Over-reacting?
      Really ah?
      What if Mark Franklin had done this to a PAPig Millionaire Minister instead of an ordinary Singaporean?

      I'm sure Singapore Police will act very fast.
      Just like HDB act so fast to paint over anti PAP graffiti in Toa Payoh.
      You double standard, double dealing, traitorous PAP pig.

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  80. Tis about time S'poreans get their dose of medicine that they have doled freely for decades to present day to others while driving in other countries without any repercussions. So get real, suck it up and stop whinning like a princess! You dish it out, better learn to take it too!

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  81. Sorry to say thats what you often get with so-called foreign talent .

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