Road Rage Singapore Style -RBS Executive With Bentley Smashes Mercedes With Fist

A top ranking executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland was described as an ‘arrogant bully’ today after he got out of his top of the line Bentley Sports to smash and break the windscreen of a Mercedes with his bare fists.

RBS’s head of EM, Credit Structuring and Repacking Asia Pacific was today accused of terrorising a mother, her four year old son, and a group of middle-aged  ladies after bringing his Bentley Sports to a screeching halt cutting up the 34-yr-old mum who was driving a Mercedes.

In an incident in Singapore he smashed and broke the windscreen of the woman’s Mercedes with his bare hands while delivering a torrent of verbal abuse in English which she did not understand.

When the woman said she was calling police, Stefan Masuhr, 45, suddenly discovered that his daughter, who was travelling with him, had a bump on her head and needed to take her to hospital, said the woman.

He thrust his card at the woman said: ‘I will pay for everything’ and drove off in his Bentley Sports.

Victim Taiwanese-Singaporean Mrs.Wang, 36 said: ‘I was terrified. I feared for my personal safety. I feared for my life.

She said she got out of her Mercedes to avoid the shards of glass from her windscreen.

  “I was shocked by his behaviour and shocked that he could actually damage the windscreen using his bare hands. And I was afraid that he would hit me too,”  Madam Wang told The New Paper.

“When he found out I had called the police, he said his three-year-old daughter, who was in his car, had bumped her head and was crying and he had to take her to the hospital.

“But when he carried his daughter out of the car she seemed fine.”

RBS Executive gesticulates beside the cheaper Mercedes
The police arrived shortly after Mr. Masuhr, a German national formerly with the Deutsche Bank drove off.

Added Mrs.Wang:  “Did he think I wasn’t a human being and that just because he’s rich and drives an expensive car that he can just bully me and pay me off?

“He was very arrogant. His attitude was too much.”

Witnesses to the incident included a group of elderly relatives, who were following Mrs. Wang’s car.

“Some of my relatives were visiting from overseas… Three of my aunties in their 50s to 60s were in another car somewhere behind mine.

“My elderly aunties stopped their car behind mine during the incident so they saw what happened and my son was so scared his face turned white,” she said.

Mr. Masuhr has refused to comment. Mrs. Wang says he has confirmed in an email that he will pay the damage to her windscreen but he claimed he had also filed a police report and that he had taken his daughter to see a doctor for her injuries.  She said had not cut him up earlier as was suggested

“There was not the slightest remorse or even the sign of an apology.To us, it’s not about money, it’s about justice. What he did was totally uncalled for.”

Above: The ‘real deal’ Mr. Masuhr’s unscathed Bentley
RBS, the Royal Bank of Scotland, which prints its own banknotes, is now majority owned by the British government after its performance, much to do with sub-prime lending, contributed to the 2008-9 financial crisis, which is ongoing until this day.

Interestingly the Royal Bank of Scotland which was given its charter by King George 1 supported the whigs and the Hanoverians and subsequently of course ‘Butcher Cumberland’ who decimated many highland clans and families, including the Earl of Perth, and House of Drummond.
On the other hand the Bank of Scotland supported the second Jacobite uprising of 1745 against the English sassenachs. Hence I have to declare an ‘old score’ interest in this story.
Having said that the most famous branch of the RBS outside Scotland is Drummond’s Branch and was originally called Drummond’s Bank, founded by a certain Andrew Drummond on the corner of Trafalgar Square and the Strand. Only goes to show that when Drummonds become bankers they throw all loyalty to the wind…either that they just want to make money off the English.

No chance of road rage between Honda City or Toyota Vios owners in Singapore then.

 NB: Cost of a Bentley Supersports in Singapore is approx $998,000
Credit: Pictures: social networking sites

8 thoughts on “Road Rage Singapore Style -RBS Executive With Bentley Smashes Mercedes With Fist

  1. ""House of Drummond"" ? Oh no, not you, too ? Haven't we enough, er, hysterory with Noyes?
    ( you would make a fab admin )

  2. Yes, but I have only gone back to the Battle of Culloden – 1746 – Drew Noyes would got back to Stone Age if he could.
    A colleague has emailed to ask whether he is one of the Parkhurst Noyes'

  3. Thanks to Mel Gibson and his scholarly work 'Braveheart' I learned about Scottish contempt for English rule. So, I know it as historical fact that jeering Scottish combatants would daub themselves in wode and bare their buttocks at their foe before charging into battle. Mr Masuhr will therefore be able to bend over and moon for Scotland if a sound thrashing, that barbaric legacy of colonialism, is meted out to him.

  4. Probably a company car, essential transport for a ******! to cover the vast distances around Singapore, paid for by the hard pressed British Taxpayer. Obviously, after the Culloden defeat, the House of Hanover is still awash with greed.

  5. Come on Wallace Grommit, your namesake was a rogue and thief! Only the Americans can glamorize such a brigand! Take a look at John Prebble's excellent account of the RBS Vs The Sassenachs at that time!
    Perhaps the Yanks may do another movie on Mr Noyes? 'The Great Pretender'comes to mind?

  6. To think this guy can smashed the merz with his bare hands, and the glass broke, so this tells us that merz use cheap glasses.

    For a merz it is considered quite good for a commoner. Glass smashed…… hahahah what a laugh to merz. and it is a 2011 CL250 Ha.

  7. I don't know if this was supposed to shame him, but all I'm getting from this is that Stefan Masuhr is one hell of a badass! O'course, if he was channelling the Street Fighter 2 bonus stage a little more thoroughly, he wouldn't have stopped until the wheels came off.

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