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Singapore Ferrari Crash: Rich Mainland Chinese Man Kills 3

Crashed red Ferrari owned by a mainland Chinese man in Singapore.

Crashed red Ferrari owned by a mainland Chinese man in Singapore.

Currently with over 600k views after being uploaded a day earlier on popular Chinese video sharing website Youku

From QQ:

Vehicle Monitoring Camera Captures Rich Mainland Chinese Man Driving Ferrari in Singapore Crashing Into Taxi

At 4am in the early morning on the 12th, a speeding red Ferrari sports car ran the red light at an intersection in Singapore, crashing into a taxi. Apart from the Ferrari owner who died on the spot, the 52-year-old Singaporean taxi driver and a Japanese passenger who were in the taxi also died after been taken to the hospital.

United Evening News of Singapore says, the deceased was a 31-year-old Chinese man from Sichuan, who went to Singapore in 2008, engaged in finance and investment activities, and was in the process of applying for the right to permanent residency. The Straits Times says, the limited edition Ferrari driving by the perpetrator was worth more than 1.4 million US dollars.

AFP says, currently, there are over a million foreign workers and technical workers in Singapore, with Chinese taking up a great portion. After the incident, quite a few social groups have attacked the immigration policy of Singapore, saying that the current policy is making Singapore “become crowded and dangerous”. On the 14th, swarms of posts appeared on local Singaporean internet forums attacking Chinese expats, even calling them “rich locusts”.

From Sohu:

Rich Mainland Chinese Man Driving Ferrari in Singapore Causes Car Crash Killing 3

Sichuan Rich in Singapore Crashes Car and Dies

Ferrari in a wreck.

At 4 in the morning of May 12th, a speeding red Ferrari sports car ran the red light at a intersection in Singapore and crashed into a taxi. Apart from the Ferrari owner who died on the spot, the 52-year-old Singaporean taxi driver and a Japanese passenger who was in the taxi also died after been taken to the hospital. United Evening News of Singapore says, the Ferrari owner is Ma Chi, 31 years old, from Sichuan province. When the incident happened, the Ferrari was carrying a young woman. [Ma Chi] went to Singapore in 2008, engaged in finance and investment activities, and was applying for the right to permanent residency. The Straits Times says, the limited-edition Ferrari driven by the perpetrator is worth more than 1.4 million US dollars. This accident is rapidly fermenting in Singapore, igniting xenophobia amongst Singaporeans, with calls such as “Throw Chinese out of Singapore!”

The Ferrari in a wreck.

The clip filmed by the car behind shows that the stoplight was red at around 4am in the morning when the Ferrari Ma Chi was driving crashed into the taxi at a speed over 100km/h, the massive impact causing the taxi to then hit another electric bike, the engine flying out into the middle of the road.

Ma Chi's family is heart-broken.

Ma Chi’s mother (second from the left) crying bitterly on her friend’s shoulder, his pregnant wife (back row) also in tears. Ma Chi’s wife He Tingting is a former news anchor for Sichuan TV station who is now pregnant was devastated after she and her 4-year-old daughter identified the body. She revealed that her husband left the house at 3am in the morning that day, wanting to “go out for a drive”. She also didn’t know who the female passenger in the car is, even asking reporters: “Who is she?”

A picture of Ma Chi.

Ma Chi bought the Ferrari involved in the accident last year to celebrate his 30th birthday.

The vehicle control from another car filmed the whole thing.

Just before the crash, the crosswalk light shone green. The Ferrari (in the blue circle) runs the red light at high speed and hits the taxi on the side.

The vehicle control from another car filmed the whole thing.

The vehicle control from another car filmed the whole thing.

The vehicle control from another car filmed the whole thing.

The scene of the car crash.

The scene of the car crash.

The scene of the car crash.

The taxi was in a mess, with its driver and the passenger both dead.

The left side of the taxi was severely deformed, compressed into half a car. The driver and the female passenger both died despite rescue efforts.

The scene of the car crash.

The scene of the car crash.

The scene of the car crash.

The scene of the car crash.

Comments from Youku:

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Done肌肉Car:

The image of Chinese people once again declines.

ssss12598:

Deserves to die, but taking a Japanese person along with him is still not bad.

wenrui1984:

The greatest tragedy in life: to die with money left unspent.

策一策:

So fast, if he often drives this fast, it was only a matter of time.

lsc2xc:

One less person to harm society…

Comments from Sohu:

夏雨欣90 [搜狐网友]:

It’s one thing for you to have no/poor character, but you just had to go behave arrogantly in another country, getting up to no good just because you have some dirty money. It doesn’t matter if more people like you die!!!

人定胜天877999 [搜狐河南省郑州市网友]:

Deserved it! Embarrassing us abroad, investigate where this little bastard’s money is from, I bet he’s even more arrogant in the mainland!!!

弸中彪外351583 [搜狐浙江省杭州市网友]:

This pisses me off. Casting his pregnant wife and daughter aside to go out for a drive with another woman. Fuck, dying but taking others along with him, this kind of scumbag really is hated by both men and gods.

dpem [搜狐辽宁省丹东市网友]:

I wonder if the saying, “a stinky fish ruins the whole pot of soup” fits here, with good people having to suffer [because of this man].

玉爸不能109001 [搜狐湖南省长沙市网友]:

TM losing Chinese people’s face, good riddance!!!

搜狐铁杆 [搜狐河南省驻马店市网友]:

Has some dirty money and then went to another country to show off. Let more like him die, ding.

lornani [搜狐浙江省杭州市网友]:

Looks like he had a xiao san too?

人定胜天506188 [搜狐湖南省网友]:

Fuck, forgetting who their ancestors are. It’s indeed regrettable that such thing happened, but with the troublemaker already dead we needn’t go further denounce him. Instead, we need to look at how other people treat us Chinese, where one thing like this happens and they start saying Chinese should be kicked out of Singapore. Do you Singaporeans not get into deadly crashes? Those Singaporeans who are saying these things really have forgotten who their ancestors are.

别开生面697868 [搜狐广东省广州市网友]:

Damn it! Ruining China’s reputation. Look at the comments, who isn’t cursing him, who is pitying him? He hurt other people and took them along with him. Fuck, just because you have some money you’re no longer Chinese? And want to change your nationality? And it’s not like the money you earned wasn’t originall from the ordinary common people of mainland China anyway. Sooner or later it has to be paid back.

真知灼见72106 [搜狐贵州省遵义市网友]:

Damn short-lived guy, even dragging innocent people down with him in death. If you have a son, may he not have a JJ, and if it’s a daughter, maybe she be a whore for many generations to come.

神机妙算511477 [搜狐四川省内江市网友]:

With Chinese people, it truly is misdoings/calamity wherever they go .

月旦评221811 [搜狐山东省青岛市网友]:

Which country doesn’t have car accidents, so how can this be generalized? He’s merely one out of 1.3 billion Chinese. Whoever uses this incident to exclude all Chinese people has an axe to grind/ulterior motives. Which country is a land of pureness that its civilians make no mistakes? Are there not plenty of foreigners who commit crimes in China? This driver didn’t do it deliberately, and he has paid with his own life after all. Since it’s already happened, our countrymen should learn a lesson from it. Even if our nation’s population gets larger and larger, our lives are still likewise precious.

搏大精深278287 [搜狐辽宁省网友] (responding to above):

No driver crashes a car deliberately, only beasts would do such a thing. But was this a regular car accident? This was because of speeding.

What do you think?

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Written by Peter Barefoot

Peter is a born and raised Chengdunese who enjoys drinking with all his friends.

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