A Maserati driver really only had himself/herself to blame when he/she bumped up a curb and landed onto the wrong side of the road — not that it’s stopping the driver from throwing a tantrum and attempting to start a fight with other motorists.
The antics of the Maserati driver along Lorong Chuan road were caught on dash cam last Friday afternoon, but the footage was only uploaded today on the Beh Chia Lor Facebook page. The short clip doesn’t capture the full incident (like what happened before and after), but what we can put together is that a lorry had to drift in between two lanes due to some traffic cones being set up. The Maserati came from behind and was going a tad bit too fast, not expecting to be obstructed by a center divider. Unable to brake in time, the Maserati driver swerved to the right, bumping up a curb and managing to get control of the supercar on the other side of the road.
Despite the existence of oncoming traffic, the driver sped down and caught up with the lorry, blocking its way on the road. The clip ends right as the Maserati’s door opens.
The highlight of the video has to be the people witnessing the antics of the Maserati driver, cursing him/her and saying that he/she deserves getting into the minor accident. Basically, they’re saying exactly what we would say if we were in their position.
Commenters online have been siding with the lorry driver and condemning the supercar driver for being a “big bully” with “poor attitude”.
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