MPV driver allegedly hits another MPV driver in dispute at Sentosa Gateway, police investigating

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Two drivers were embroiled in a dispute after their MPVs were involved in a minor accident along Sentosa Gateway on Jan 28.

Several Stompers alerted Stomp to a three-minute video posted on SG Road Vigilante's Facebook page.

In the video, the driver of a Toyota Noah MPV wearing a blue T-shirt is seen exiting his vehicle along with three female passengers to record the incident.

He is seen pointing his middle finger at the other driver while taking photos of both vehicles.

The Alphard MPV driver who is recording with his phone is heard repeatedly shouting, Why you show your finger to me?" and later, "Why you bump me?"

The Noah driver replies: "Eh f*** your mother," before getting back into his MPV.

The other driver then says: "Eh hello, why you f*** my mother?" as he tries to open the other driver's door.

The man in blue then gets out of his car with a raised fist before the other man ends up on the ground with his camera facing the sky.

One of the female passengers is seen appearing to snatch his phone.

However, the man manages to get up again and continues to shout and yell "How can you hammer me?" while trying to open the other driver's door.

As the Noah starts to move off, the other man puts himself in the car's way and then falls to the ground while shouting, "Hello, he hit me! You see, he hit me!"

In another video posted by SG Road Vigilante, the Alphard driver who is wearing a pink shirt, is seen moving towards the Noah before falling to the ground despite the vehicle appearing to be stationary.

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One netizen wrote: "Wow, best Oscar award," alluding to the man's 'acting' skills.

In response to a Stomp query, the police confirmed a report was lodged and investigations are ongoing.