Oh gosh. It looks like another road bullying incident has been caught on camera in Malaysia. This time involving a purple Myvi, and a few unsuspecting victims – yup, a few, we said.
Shared on social media by one Wilson Lim, it appears that a driver of a purple Myvi attempted to crash into him, and then attempted to brake-check a Toyota Unser. There’s even a Peugeot that gets in on the action very early on in the video.
According to Wilson, he said that, “I was driving to work today and I met with a little incident that bothered me. I have NO INTEREST in looking up who this person is. But, here’s a lesson for everyone to see.
“At first, I tried to manoeuvre out to the middle lane from the left lane, and failed to notice a purple Myvi (BME 2278) that came in at a faster rate. I put up my hand as a sign of an apology later, then he attempted to crash into me.
“After that, another person driving a Toyota Unser was brake-checked by this purple Myvi. A tyre screeching sound can be heard, but unfortunately, I muted my recorder.”
Carlist.my contacted Wilson quickly to ask him a bit more about this, and he was quick to reply. He had nothing further to add, only that this be used as a helpful reminder to drivers to be more careful on the road.
Wilson said, “Actually, I am no fan of simply shaming people. But if you would post this video up to educate others on the typical dangers you could encounter on the road, then please do so.
His final bit of advice for readers was, “When I’m faced with this type of situation, I see no point in lowering myself to match their attitude/ behaviour. I would simply move on with my life. Besides, it’s not like I suffered any injuries, nor was there damage to my vehicle.”
Wilson, we salute your attitude towards this driving menace. Well done on keeping a cool head.
I was driving to work today and i met with a little incident that bother me. I have NO INTEREST in looking up who this person is. But just a lesson for everyone to see. At first, i tried to maneuver out to middle lane to left lane and failed to notice a purple myvi (BME 2278) that came in at a faster rate. i put up my hand as a sign of apology, then he attempted to crash into me. after that, another person driving a Toyota Unser was brake checked by this purple myvi. tyre screeching sound can be heard by unfortunately i muted my recorder. could this be determine as reckless driving? i have no interest at the moment but i would say to all Malaysian Drivers, drive safe. no need to prove your point that you are the Alpha drivers on the road. Some people might crashed from your (BME 2278) behaviour and attitude. but still, drive safe everyone.Posted by Wilson Lim on Monday, 17 August 2015