We’ve all seen movies on social media displaying how scammers in China pretend street accidents simply to get compensation from the drivers, and the way hilarious they give the impression of being after they kena kantoi. Nevertheless, little did we all know that this comparable rip-off has truly reached our shores!
Simply yesterday (10 July), a netizen surnamed Ng took to Fb to warn everybody about how a person on an electrical scooter tried to pretend an accident and rip-off cash out of him. He added that the man’s modus operandi was similar to those seen in China.
Right here’s what he wrote on Fb.
“He got here from the unsuitable aspect of the street however I managed to cease in time. He got here and touched my automobile, bought up (from the scooter) and laid on the street.
“As quickly as I informed him I’ve a dash-cam on board (which isn’t true), he instantly jumped up and sat again on his electrical scooter. He then claimed to be handicapped.”
Ng additionally uploaded a video of him and the man conversing in Cantonese. Apparently the scammer claimed that he felt dizzy after the ‘accident’ and should have suffered inside organ harm, however not a single drop of blood was seen within the video.
Ng then emphasised within the video that the man was driving his scooter towards visitors and even inspired the scammer to proceed appearing.
Right here’s the total video.
As anticipated, the submit went viral and was shared over 7,000 occasions in a single day. Netizens weren’t amused by the scammer’s efficiency in any respect. Many urged Ng to lodge a police report in order that motion could possibly be taken earlier than the tradition begins spreading, whereas others jokingly stated they’d educate him a lesson in the event that they ever ran into him.
So guys, in the event you frequent SS2 lots, please be extra vigilant when driving and be looking out for this man for apparent causes.
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