A video of a woman complaining about having to stop her car during Mr Lee Kuan's funeral procession has been circulating online.
The video, uploaded by Jason Low on his Facebook page, shows the woman grumbling to officers about the lack of notifications on the roadblocks.
In the video, she can be heard saying to a traffic officer: "No notification, no road block, so we don't know."
According to Jason, the clearly distressed woman continued grumbling to others at the site and did so for at least five minutes.
In a Facebook post, he wrote that the woman also sounded her horn after the convoy had passed.
The description on his Facebook page is as follows: "Road was block to facilitate LKY coffin convoy. Everyone came out of their cars to send our father on his way. No one said anything.
"She came out and started grumbling and complaining. Went on for a good five minutes, grumbling to others too. No one bothered to entertain her. And right after the convoy passed, she started sounding her horn non-stop."
Some netizens have slammed the woman for her ungracious behaviour saying that it's a "disgraceful act."
But others wrote comments like: "Let it go. Be gracious. Live and let live"
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Road was block to facilitate LKY coffin convoy... Everyone came out of the car to send our father on his way.... Noone said anythin... She came out and started grumbling and complaining... Went on for a good 5mins, grumblin to others too... Noone bother to entertain her... N right after the convoy pass... She start soundin her horn non-stop liao. She dun sound local.. I got no comments. Maybe u guys have... I hope this goes viral..Posted by Jason Low on Sunday, March 29, 2015