THERE were reports of four Porsche sports cars registered in Singapore bypassing the queue at the Tuas Second Link to reenter Singapore. Dashcam footage captured the grey and blue Porsches navigating through traffic, with the blue ones overtaking and forming a line for entry into Singapore.
According to Mothership, authorities might have intervened, as the Porsches were seen making a U-turn and heading back towards Malaysia. Viewers of the video commended the potential enforcement of queue discipline by authorities.
The Tuas Second Link, a critical dual three-lane bridge, serves as a vital border crossing between Singapore and Malaysia. During the incident, the grey Porsche initially crossed into the second left-most car lane, followed by a blue Porsche overtaking from the left-most bus lane.
The cars’ alleged disruption of traffic by not forming a proper queue prompted possible intervention, leading the Porsches to rejoin the queue.
This event emphasises the significance of enforcing traffic rules and queue discipline at border crossings to deter queue-cutting behaviour. The video garnered unanimous praise for the immigration authorities, underscoring the importance of fair and orderly processes for all motorists.