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'Ghost Rider' Captured In Dash Cam Footage In Singapore

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'Ghost Rider' Captured In Dash Cam Footage In Singapore

A driver in Singapore managed to catch a glimpse of a 'ghost rider' on the dash cam of their car the other day.

It would have been much better if it had occurred a few hours earlier on Halloween, but it looks as if the incident occurred on 1 November. Oh well.

Anyway, the driver of the car behind was suitably confused to see the driverless bike just weaving and dodging down the carriageway in front of them.

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Furthermore, anyone watching it must also be suitably confused by the fact that we don't know what happened to whoever was presumably riding the bike slightly before it came into the camera shot.

Unless... it is actually a real ghost, and this is conclusive proof that the spirits of the deceased walk among us.

Let's go with that.

Eventually the motorbike fully weaves a merry way off to the side of the motorway and falls into the shrubbery at the side of the road. Obviously, the invisible motorcyclist had imbibed a little bit too much and decided to sleep it off by the side of the road.

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It's a good job the coppers weren't nearby.

The unnamed person who filmed the now-viral clip had this to say: "We were on our way home entering the expressway when a rider-less motorbike came into our path.

"We were shocked and spooked initially, thinking it was post-Halloween, only to verify with the rider that he was flung off in an accident."

Credit: ViralHog
Credit: ViralHog
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Oh, that's alright then. Personally, I'd rather see a ghost cruising down the motorway like a boss than a horrific motorcycle accident.

Anyway, let's hope the person who was on the bike before wasn't too badly injured.

The person filming continued: "Many who watched the video commented 'Ghost Rider'."

Well, quite.

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That of course refers to the 2007 film of the comic book Ghost Rider, starring none other than Nicolas Cage. To be fair, given the success of that, they might as well have just uploaded the 20 second long clip of this driverless bike and shown that in the cinema.

The film wasn't exactly a roaring success. In fact, Rotten Tomatoes describes it thusly: "Ghost Rider is a sour mix of morose, glum histrionics amidst jokey puns and hammy dialogue."

Seriously, have a look for yourself...

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It was thought to be so bad that Cage himself nearly picked up a 'Razzie' Award. He was 'rewarded' with a nomination for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor for his performance in the film.

At least he managed to stay on the bike, which is more than can be said for his Singaporean counterpart.

Featured Image Credit: Sony/Marvel/ViralHog

Topics: Bike, World News, Singapore, News, Driving, Motoring, Weird, Motorcycle, Nicolas Cage

Tom Wood
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