SINGAPORE - A woman, believed to be drunk, stopped a number of cars in the middle of an expressway early morning on Sunday (Sept 13).
Police said a 32-year-old woman has been arrested in relation to the case.
They were called to assist at 1.47am in the incident that happened along Seletar Expressway(SLE) near Upper Thomson Road.
An eyewitness told Shin Min Daily News that the woman was seen slumped on the hood of a black car in the middle of the highway.
It is understood that she attacked the driver of the taxi she was in, causing the driver to stop his car.
She then got off the taxi, ran to the next lane and stopped the black car. She was seen breaking the windscreen wiper of the car.
The woman then went to another lane and stopped a white car.
The driver of the black car and a motorcyclist then brought her to the road shoulder to await the police.
The eyewitness also said she was uncooperative and tried to hurt the police officers arresting her.
The incident was a case of rash act causing hurt, police said.
The police are investigating.