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A Nissan driver turned aggressive and allegedly hit a chauffeur who was driving a family back from Singapore to Johor Bahru.
Malaysian Facebook user Vivian Ngee, whose family was the one being ferried across the Malaysian Customs from Tuas Checkpoint, shared photos of the incident.
She said that the Nissan driver, with licence plate number ER929S, had hit her chauffeur's car after cutting into their lane from the motorcycle lane.
"He got down his car and caught our driver and made him exit the car to fight. He even called himself a Malaysian, so disgraceful.
"Our chauffeur only alighted the car to tell him that he was driving a company vehicle, but the Nissan driver simply hit him."
According to Vivian, the chauffeur was hired to drive her family from Changi Airport back to their home in Johor Bahru.
Vivian said in her post, which has been taken down, that she hoped to help the chauffeur and his company in making a police report, and added that her whole family witnessed the incident too.
See her full post, which Stomper Marcus shared with Stomp, in the gallery above.
Shin Min Daily News reports that the chauffeur is Malaysian. The aggressor is also Malaysian, but is currently working in Singapore and apparently a Permanent Resident (PR) here.
The chauffeur's boss told Shin Min that after they made a police report and posted about the incident on Facebook, the Nissan driver surrendered himself at the police station.
He offered compensation for the chauffeur's medical fees and said he was willing to make a public apology.
Said the chauffeur's employer: "Our driver initially didn't want to take any action. We saw that the other party is still young and didn't want to pursue the matter further, so we agreed to settle it privately."