Indonesians must have seen it as a 'normal' daily occurrence since 'that's how it always is', but yet the same issue persists.
In a situation where a bemo stopped to pick up a passenger in a narrow street... Traffic jam occurred (multiply by the number of bemo)
Who is at fault:
1. The driver since it was his job to pick up passenger
2. The passenger who waited wherever they felt like it (even in the middle of a junction) since there were no designated stops
3. The government for lack of 'bemo stop' and rule enforcement
4. The impatient drivers who created unnecessary tension?