SINGAPORE – Mr Terry Loo was driving along Pasir Ris Farmway 2 when he saw a man in the middle of the road.
Wary, he stopped, but instead of getting out of the way, the man sprinted head-on towards his car.
The man, who wore a white shirt and yellow bermudas, hurled himself right at the vehicle’s windscreen, a dashcam video from Mr Loo’s car showed. The time stamp on the video clip is 3.39pm on Sunday (June 11).
Mr Loo, a vice-president of sales, posted the video on his Facebook page at about 4.30pm on Sunday.
The 47-year-old told The Straits Times that he was in the area to buy pet food with his son and daughter. –
They were all shocked as the man punched Mr Loo’s car, a Honda Vezel, a few times and even kicked it violently.
The man told him that he was injured and wanted compensation, Mr Loo said.
“He held up three fingers, I think to ask for $300,” Mr Loo said.
Mr Loo pointed to his dashcam and the man stopped asking him for money. – Straits Times –