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A driver responded to being honked at by pointing his middle finger and hurling vulgarities at another motorist and his family.
A video of the incident was posted on SG Road Vigilante's Facebook page.
According to the caption, the incident happened at Block 984D Buangkok Link on May 28 at about 12.30pm.
According to the contributor, the man in the video blocked the contributor's car from exiting a loading and unloading bay that he was using to make a three-point turn.
He said he needed more space to move out as the lot was next to a kerb and had a walkway on the right side of his car.
When it was time for him to move out, he noticed the other driver's car was in the way.
Unable to catch his attention, the contributor said: "I just beep a quick beep on the horn to catch his attention."
"When I beeped at him to shift his car to let me exit, he instead reversed to further block the road, opened his door to scream vulgarities and threatened me to a fight."
In the video, the man is seen pointing his middle finger at the man and shouting "f*** you and your whole family" several times.
When the man taking the video tells him to go ahead and call the police, it just agitates him further.
He also says: "Very matured lah."
He wrote: "My wife called the police and to not continue the escalation, I had to mount the kerb on my right to make space to drive away.
"Our vehicles did not make any contact.
"When I did this, he continued to verbally threaten, abuse and call me over to fight."
The video has since garnered over 200,000 views.
Netizens commended the contributor for staying 'cool' despite being shouted at and suggested that the other driver should go for anger management classes.