The face of the PMD rider who confronted a couple over an alleged staring incident has surfaced.
Approached the couple
On Nov. 13, a video of an altercation between a rider and two pedestrians started circulating on Facebook.
However, as the confrontation was filmed by the rider, only the couple's identities were revealed.
Phone in hand, the PMD rider approached a couple at the bus stop and asked if he “did anything wrong”.
When the couple said, “No ah,” the rider claimed that they were staring at him.
He also mentioned a “regulation about this pavement”, which indicates that this incident may have taken place after the ban on Nov. 5.
At this point, the lady back away, but also starts filming.
Throughout the video, the male pedestrian says repeatedly that he did not do anything.
The confrontation lasted for about two minutes.
The other perspective
On Nov. 14, a day after the initial video was uploaded, the woman’s video has also surfaced online.
It was uploaded to Roads.sg's YouTube account:
However, the rider's face could not be seen, as he was wearing a mask, a cap, and shades.
At the end of the video, he dares the couple to make their video viral.
In case you can't see it:
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According to the bus stop number, the incident occurred in Bishan.
As the rider leaves and stops recording, the lady mentions going to a police station.
She also films the rider returning to his PMD, which was parked along the pavement.
Subsequently, the rider talks to an elderly pedestrian while gesturing at the couple, before the video ends.
Top image via Roads.sg/YouTube
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