Honda passenger punches motorist at Second Link checkpoint after cutting queue

Submitted by Stomper Anonymous

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While crossing the Second Link Checkpoint at Tuas on Dec 23, a Stomper noticed a scuffle that broke out between a passenger of a Honda Civic and the driver of another vehicle.

The Stomper, who wished to remain anonymous, sent us a video which shows a man believed to be a passenger of the Honda Civic, throwing punches at another man.

According to the Stomper, the passenger of the Honda Civic kicked the victim's side mirror until it broke and even punched the victim in the face.

The Stomper suspects that the man who came out of the Honda Civic was a passenger and not the driver, as he came out from the left side of the car.

From the same video, it can be seen that there were at least three men involved in the incident.

A separate video shows the Honda Civic cutting into the lane and the passenger of the Honda Civic getting out of his vehicle.

The dispute is believed to have been caused by the Honda Civic briefly coming into contact with a blue car that was beside it when the Honda Civic was cutting into the lane.

In a telephone interview, the Stomper said, "The car on the left cut all the way to the front. No one wants to let him."

"He then tried to cut in and turn so much that his car touched the Honda's wheel."

The fight then broke out and after the victim got punched in the face, the victim got into his vehicle and drove off.

"I find saddening that the victim is not in the wrong and in the end, he got punched in the face," said the Stomper.