Just Because You Record The Video Of An Altercation Doesn't Mean You're The Victim - The Coverage

Just Because You Record The Video Of An Altercation Doesn’t Mean You’re The Victim

Many times we’ve seen videos of road bully victims or any victim for that matter record video(s) for evidence that they’re in fact the victim. But do you know that not everyone behind the camera is actually the victim?

This video will prove that to you. It was uploaded to a Facebook page, Wiki Rakyat on July 31, but the incident reportedly took place on July 28, near the HP Tower in Damansara.

In the video, a motorcyclist is seen confronting the person behind the camera believed to be the driver who ran a yellow light at the traffic stop and honked the motorcyclist.

By traffic law, the driver was supposed to slow down at the yellow light, but instead, he sped up and even honked at the motorist, which caused the altercation. Not only did he already run the yellow light, he started recording the motorcyclist, who was not even at fault.

In the end of the video, the motorcyclist used his helmet and whacked the driver, the phone fell but we’re unsure if the driver also fell or not.

However, it’s very frustrating that the man muted the video, if you wanted to make someone ‘viral’ you should not even mute it!

This is a bad habit of Malaysian road users who like to record every incident regardless of whether they’re the cause of it or the victim.

Watch the video below.

What do you think?

(Source: Facebook)

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