Don’t act out upon anger, because God knows the many times people have done so and wound up doing things that they regret later on. This is especially true of Malaysian drivers, who as history has shown, tend to lack patience or decency when it comes down to being on the road. But all actions come with consequences, as this road bully comes to discover in a story recently reported by Sin Chew Daily.
During an altercation that happened in the PJ area involving a young 22-year-old female university student and a 61-year-old man, the older man who was seen driving a large SUV swerved to block the female student’s car, in video footage that caught the entire incident on camera. Visibly angry, the man stepped down from his car and gestured at the young woman’s car.
He then beckons her to get out, before going to the driver’s side to knock on her window, cussing at her, and then spitting at her car window.
The man even goes as far as to smash her side-mirror before getting back into his SUV to drive away.
Fortunately, with video evidence on her side, the female student lodged a police report immediately after and by 7.00pm, the road bully was detained by police and will be remanded for four days to assist in investigations.
Which comes to prove that acting out in anger really isn’t worth it! We hope that the police take strict action on this road bully, so that he learns his lesson.
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