One road rage attack every 4 days in Singapore
Cases on the rise, hitting 97 last year, but actual number may be higher as many go unreported
Published on May 26, 2013 8:32 AM
Incidents of road rage are on the rise in Singapore, with known attacks occurring once every four days last year.
Reported cases that resulted in assault rose to 97 last year, up from 84 in 2011 and 63 in 2010.
Some of the cases were heard in court in recent months.
A businessman was sentenced to one month in jail earlier this month for punching a technician he felt should have given way to him on a street in Jurong East.
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