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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Video of bizarre road bullying incident in Subang Jaya goes viral

A video clip of a road bullying incident in Subang Jaya on Saturday has gone viral, and incurred the wrath of many netizens. (Screen capture taken from Facebook video)© Provided by Media Prima A video clip of a road bullying incident in Subang Jaya on Saturday has gone viral, and incurred the wrath of many netizens. (Screen capture taken from Facebook video)
KUALA LUMPUR: A video clip of a road bullying incident in Subang Jaya on Saturday has gone viral, and incurred the wrath of many netizens.
The four-minute-and-40-second video, taken from a dashboard camera, features a green Perodua Myvi bearing a 'P-license' (Probationary Driving License) sticker, speeding and driving erratically along a highway at about 1pm.
The incident begins with the Myvi in the right lane, abruptly switching to the left-most lane to avoid queuing.
Near a junction later, the Myvi driver suddenly swerves to the right again in an attempt to cut queue, which prompts the startled driver of the car with the dashcam to honk.
The Myvi driver is angered by this, and decides to overtake the car and intermittently slam on the brake, causing the other driver to stop several times.
Trying to avoid a confrontation, the other driver opts for another route, but the Myvi driver decides to tailgate the former, honking his horn repeatedly.
The other driver ignores the Myvi until the latter suddenly overtakes the former.
The Myvi driver then slams the brakes, switches on the hazard lights and reverses into the other car.
The victim tries to steer to the next lane, but the Myvi driver does not give way, blocking the lane and refusing to move.
The Myvi driver’s action triggers a traffic build up. Eventually, an unidentified man is seen walking to the Myvi and telling the driver off.
The Myvi driver abruptly drives away, and the video ends with the victim taking another route.
The video was shared on several Facebook pages, causing an uproar among netizens.
Facebook user Syahmi Kadhari said that the Road Transport Department should suspend the license of drivers with a history of road bullying.
User Zed Haris said the Myvi driver should be banned from driving.
"Threat to people. Must be banned from sitting on driver seat for life," he posted.
User Bob Runner said with the Demerit Points System (Kejara), the driver's license would definitely be suspended.
"Poor you, with the Kejara system, your P-license will surely be suspended. It is not easy being a samseng (gangster) now... you can bury your license," he posted.
As of Monday morning, the video has garnered more than 300,000 views.
It is not known if a police report has been lodged by the victim.
The New Straits Times is trying to get the police to comment on the incident.
© New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd

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