Yanked off the car’s licence plate and threw it at the windscreen.
A woman threw a fit after a vehicle behind her apparently tried to switch lanes while they were queuing at the Malaysian immigration checkpoint.
She got down from her car and blocked it in an attempt to stop it from moving.
The incident happened at about 10am yesterday near the Tuas Second Link, with the cars appearing to be entering Singapore from Johor, Singapore news portal AsiaOne reported.
In a two-minute video, the woman can be seen pushing against the bonnet of the black MPV to prevent the vehicle from moving forward.
She is then seen yanking off the vehicle’s licence plate and throwing it at the windscreen before going back to her car, a Singapore-registered red Kia Cerato.
Subsequent parts of the video show footage from the MPV driver’s dash camera, where the woman is standing directly in front of the vehicle, smirking at the driver.
The MPV driver can be heard calling her a “crazy woman”, adding that he wanted to call the police.
Not allowing him to pass, she directed other cars to move forward.
The video, which went viral on social media garnered thousands of views and comments from both Singaporean and Malaysian netizens, who criticised the woman’s behaviour. – FMT