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A driver was caught on camera using a mobile device while travelling along Marina Way and ignoring a fellow motorist's honks.
Stomper RayTan shared dashcam footage of the incident that his passenger recorded on Saturday (Nov 21), at around 12.15pm.
RayTan said: "I first saw his car at a red light at Sheares Avenue and honked him, but he appeared to be busy watching a video and then turned right towards Shenton Way.
"I'm not sure if he was watching a movie but the device he was holding was bigger than a normal mobile phone.
"I honked at him a few times but he did not care."
Asked how he felt about the incident, RayTan told Stomp: "He is a bad driver and who does not seem to care at all."
Under the Road Traffic Act, a driver of a vehicle who holds in his hand a mobile communication device and operates any of its communicative or other functions while the vehicle is in motion on a road or in a public place is guilty of an offence.
Offenders may face a fine of u to $1,000 and/or a jail term of up to six months..