Despite being halted by a Singapore auxiliary police officer, a driver of a Malaysian MPV made an audacious attempt to bypass traffic by using the bus lane to skip the queue and chose to forcibly push through.
M’sian registered car ignores Singaporean police
According to the video posted by SG Road Vigilante – SGRV, the incident took place at the Singapore Woodlands Checkpoint on the route leading to the Sultan Iskandar Building (Johor Checkpoint).
Footage from a dashcam of a vehicle queued on the left side showed the black MPV using the right-hand bus lane to cut ahead. As the auxiliary police officer tried to halt the vehicle, a bus approaching from the rear honked at the MPV.
Nevertheless, the MPV driver chose to disregard the officers. As the two auxiliary police officers moved to clear obstacles, likely intending the driver to make a U-turn and rejoin the queue back to Singapore, the MPV driver boldly sped away, slipping between the two officers.
‘He doesn’t care at all!’
An onlooker in the vehicle captured the incident, exclaiming, “He (she) doesn’t care at all! Wow, this person is daring!“
The video sparked a flurry of comments online.
Some netizens criticized the MPV driver’s queue-cutting and reckless endangerment, while others noted that the MPV’s details were probably registered in the database of Singapore’s Land Transport Authority, hinting at potential complications for the driver’s subsequent entry into Singapore.
Additionally, some netizens used the phrase “Malaysia Boleh” to describe the driver’s actions, drawing both laughter and concern.
One wrote: “Enjoy saman”.
“Jail [and] find them immediately”
One also advised the office not to remove the cone.