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The driver has since resigned from Tong Tar Transport Service Pte Ltd where he was working and is currently under police investigation.
Read the full update here.
A bus driver was captured on camera using obscene language and shouting at a policeman who was talking to him nicely.
In the video of what happened posted on Fabrications About The PAP yesterday (Sep 27), the driver can first be seen walking with two policemen towards the door of his bus that was parked by the side of the road.
As he was doing so, he can be heard shouting "understand, listen here" at the officers.
The driver then entered the bus and sat down on the steps near the door.
He continued raising his voice at one of the policemen who was trying to calm him down.
Judging from what he was saying, he was upset about a parking-related issue.
At around the 30-second mark of the video, he can be heard saying an obscene word in Hokkien.
The bus driver got more agitated as the video progressed and continuously yelled at the officer.
At one point, he stood up, made hand gestures and shouted in the face of the policeman speaking to him.
Shortly after, he used another vulgarity and was told by the officers to watch his language.
Towards the end of the video, the driver started conversing with the second police officer at the scene in Mandarin. The recording then ends.
It is unclear when and where this took place. Stomp is getting more information about the incident and will provide updates when we have them.