Lorry driver faces charge of rash act against cyclist

Lorry driver Teo Seng Tiong (left), who was ready to plead guilty to negligence, has claimed trial for the more serious offence of committing a rash act so as to cause hurt to cyclist Eric Cheung Hoyu. Teo faces a second charge of failing to make a p
Lorry driver Teo Seng Tiong (left), who was ready to plead guilty to negligence, has claimed trial for the more serious offence of committing a rash act so as to cause hurt to cyclist Eric Cheung Hoyu. Teo faces a second charge of failing to make a police report within 24 hours of the accident. Cheung also faces two charges.ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI

Prosecutors are seeking a jail term of at least two weeks for the lorry driver allegedly involved in an altercation with a cyclist in Pasir Ris last December.

He now faces the more serious offence of committing a rash act.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 15, 2019, with the headline 'Lorry driver faces charge of rash act against cyclist'. Print Edition | Subscribe