Netizens in S’pore LOL at viral hair-pulling fight between 2 women
Violence, hair-pulling included, solves nothing.
Unfortunately, two women learnt it the hard way.
A viral video of two women battling it out on a road was uploaded to Facebook by one .
While we don’t know what caused the altercation, we do know who had been adding fuel to the fire.
In fact, they’re the only two people you can hear clearly in the video: The camerawoman and the tudung-clad lady, who was also following and filming them intently.
To our non-Malay speaking friends, here’s a quick translation of the first video:
Woman in white (W): Ok, we’re about to start this fight.
Headscarf lady (HL): Why are you running away, pukimak (Malay for “your mother’s vagina”)?
W: What do you mean I’m running away?!
Camerawoman (CW): Eh, kimak, hair-pulling is such a lame move.
HL: Hair-pulling is not gentle, ah sial. Hair-pulling is not gentle, pukimak.
CW: Huh, is that all you’ve got?
If that’s not enough, here’s another video:
This time, the argument involved more helpful bystanders and the daughter of one of the women involved.
Here’s a transcript of the video:
Bystander 1: Let go, let go. Come on, it’s ok.
Woman in black (B): I’ve already released her hair!
Bystander 2: You have to let go, she’s already letting go. Tell your mother that she has to let go.
Daughter: Let go of her hair, mother. Let go!
B: You still don’t want to let go, right?
[hair-pulling starts again]
Bystander 2: What’s the issue? Let go and talk about it. You can settle anything.
Bystander 2: We are going to call the police if you want to do that. Let go.
Bystanders: We have given you both chances.
CW: Stand up first, a car is going to cross the road.
B: But she’s not letting go of my hair!
The video was also shared on Twitter, garnering over 3,000 retweets.
Kakak Tudung, what you’re doing there? Azankan dorang lah pic.twitter.com/lAvLbpPxrL
— je$$e. (@mrmagicxcarpet) February 6, 2018
While the fight itself was eye-catching with the catfight and bra exposure, the Twitter community was laughing at something else — the enthusiastic tudung-clad bystander who kept saying “hair-pulling is not gentle, ah sial”:
Top image screenshot via Danny Ahmad’s video……
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