SINGAPORE - Police have arrested a 42-year-old man for his suspected involvement in a road rage incident along Clementi Road last Saturday (May 27).
The incident was captured in a video and posted on the ROADS.sg Facebook page on Monday, drawing widespread condemnation from netizens.
In the video, a lorry was seen attempting to filter right when a Toyota driven by the suspect cut in front of it and braked suddenly.
The suspect got down from his car and demanded that the lorry driver, a 30-year-old man, do the same.
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Fearing for his safety, the driver stayed put. The suspect then picked up a large rock, opened the lorry door and threw it at the driver.
He continued to hurl the rock at the lorry after the driver shut the door.
A police spokesman said that the suspect was arrested on Wednesday (May 31) after follow-up investigations by officers from Jurong Police Division.
Investigations against him are ongoing.
If convicted of the offence of rash act causing hurt, he could be jailed up to a year and/or fined up to $5,000.