6 youths in S’pore help elderly man push vintage car along Commonwealth Ave

There are still some good people in the world.

Fasiha Nazren | January 8, 04:55 pm

How many people does it take to push a stationary car in Singapore?

Six kind-hearted youths, apparently.

And some others who use eye power.

Youths help to move car

On Jan. 8, a Mothership reader submitted the following heartwarming video:

The video showed a group of six youths pushing a vintage stationary red car steered by an elderly man in the driver’s seat towards Commonwealth Ave.

Two other youths can also be seen — one in front and another behind the car — warning and looking out for oncoming traffic.

Car wasn’t moving despite green traffic light

Speaking to Mothership, one of the youths shared that he and his friends were at the traffic light when they noticed the car not moving, even though the traffic light was in his favour.

As they were curious, they walked over to the car and found out that it had broken down.

They then decided to help the driver to push the car to a safer area along Commonwealth Ave.

Supposedly old Alfa Romeo

Unfortunately, the youths were too busy to notice the model of the supposedly heavy and rare-looking vintage car.

However, it appears to look like an Alfa Romeo GTA, a car that was in production from 1965 until 1971.

Photo from Wikimedia


Top image screenshot via video

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