S’pore motorcyclist rouses van driver who fell asleep at the wheel, becomes the road hero we all need
'He's good, I'm good, we're all good!'
2016 was a long and tough year for most of us.
And November 22 must have been a particularly long and tough day for some motorists, as a Singapore motorcyclist discovered.
He was queuing up to make a right-turn at a junction when he wondered why there was a hold-up, despite the green turning signal having come on.
Exemplarily, he didn’t horn in anger or annoyance — instead, he weaved forward to investigate the matter:
Here’s where we really hope he didn’t pass out or something worse:
Phew! He’s awake, and alive, and well (albeit a bit groggy):
Here’s a quick glance back at his bike, where he hopped off to check on the van driver:
And he turned back a final time to check and ensure everything was ok:
His video was accompanied by running text commentary, with one of the last screens showing:
Indeed, if we all showed a little kindness, helpfulness and consideration on the road, we’ll all be good.
Watch the video, which was re-uploaded by a page called Must See Singapura News directly to Facebook, here:
Top screenshot from video by Haiqel Adanan.