Huge argument breaks out between S'pore driver and motorists after overtaking frenzy on Malaysia highway

Huge argument breaks out between S'pore driver and motorists after overtaking frenzy on Malaysia highway
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Based on what he said, the man seemed to by unhappy with the actions of another driver on the road.

The argument died down towards the end of the video, partly because the group at did not retaliate verbally or physically.

At the end of the footage, the Volkswagen driver appeared to be entering his vehicle.

Another video published in the comments section of the Facebook post shows the argument from another angle.

In the video, the Volkswagen driver can be seen getting physically restrained by members of the group for a brief period.

The person he was unhappy with was standing behind an open car door while the dispute was going on. He then went into the car as his peers tried to calm the Volkswagen driver down.

A third video of the incident posted on YouTube sheds some light on what transpired prior to the altercation.

In the video that was recorded by a dashboard camera on the Volkswagen Golf GTI, the driver who shouted at the group can be first seen entering the highway from a petrol kiosk.

He then proceeded to cruise along the road, alternating between the first and second lane.

While doing so, he overtook three sports cars and what looked to be a pink Mini Cooper.

Near the halfway mark of the video, one of the sports cars overtook the Volkswagen.

The Volkswagen driver then caught up with the car, and got ahead of it.

After he did so, the driver of the Mini Cooper cut in front of the Volkswagen rather dangerously and appeared to play the 'braking game'.

The Volkswagen swerved slightly as its driver reacted to the reckless act.

Towards the end of the video, the Volkswagen driver turned out of the expressway.

The Mini Cooper driver and his peers followed suit, which then led to the big argument.

See what happened in the videos below.

VIDEO OF THE DISPUTE

WHAT HAPPENED BEFORE THE DISPUTE

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