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It was previously reported by several major news outlets that a road rage incident took place along Selegie Road in the early hours of 19 March, involving a man, three women and several drivers who were in the vicinity.


According to Mothership, the man seen in the video, identified in court documents as 34-year-old Lee Wei Jian, was charged in court yesterday (25 March) with causing public nuisance for stopping his vehicle abruptly in the middle of the road, as well as threatening other road users and causing danger to the public.

He was also charged with a number of offences for earlier incidents, including voluntarily causing hurt and use of criminal force.

According to the police’s preliminary investigations, it was found that Lee and the victim were a couple, and at the time of the incident, they were having a dispute.

He is currently being remanded at the Central Police Division at the Police Cantonment Complex and was denied bail because the judge noted that he had committed three alleged offences while out on bail; he is expected to return to court on 5 April, 3pm for his Pre-Trial Conference.


If convicted of public nuisance, he faces a fine of up to $2,000.

If convicted of public nuisance knowing that it will cause, or will probably cause danger, common injury of annoyance to the public, Lee faces a jail term of up to 3 months and/or a fine of up to $2,000.

New evidence surfaces showing him punching victim

Another video of the incident taken from an aerial view was shared online yesterday by the Facebook page SG Road Vigilante, documenting the full extent of the incident.

In the latest video, Lee, who was seen wearing a greenish-blue t-shirt, was seen throwing punches at one of the three women who were with him at the time.

A woman was heard in the video wailing and screaming.


The victim, donning a pair of greyish skinny jeans, was seen standing with her back against a concrete road barricade, with another woman wearing a dress, facing her and having her arms around her neck, appearing to be protecting her from Lee’s attempted punches.

However, Lee still managed to find his way around and continued attacking the woman, as seen in the video.

Woman tried to shield victim from him

A third woman wearing a dress and boots, carrying a bag, was seen using her phone and also trying to stop Lee from attacking the victim, for a few moments.

Lee was also seen running across 5 lanes on the road, heading towards Tekka Centre while pointing at something, before running out of the frame of the video.

Meanwhile, the victim ran away in the opposite direction of the video frame, while the other two women who were seen in the earlier parts of the video trying to stop the attack, remained at the scene.

One of them reached into the car for her belongings from the driver’s side of the car, despite the oncoming traffic.

Moments later, Lee was seen running across several lanes and going back to the scene, speaking to the two women before driving off and leaving the two women behind.

Recap on original post

According to MustShareNews and the netizen who shared the video with SG Road Vigilante, she was with her husband on their way to Tekka Market for breakfast on 19 March at about 6am in the morning, along Selegie Road.

Nearing the junction, she saw a stationary vehicle on the left lane without its hazard lights on, and she claimed that they saw a Chinese lady allegedly crying helplessly and running around a BMW while trying to get away from a man who was chasing after her.

The netizen said that there were many drivers who stopped in front of the commotion, and claimed that whenever the passing drivers stopped to check out what was happening, the man would allegedly open their car door and hurl vulgarities at them, as well as allegedly trying to meddle with their dashboard camera.


The netizen wanted to be a “good samaritan” and called the police for help, and was filming the incident when the man reached into her car and allegedly tried to grab her phone.

However, he failed and the netizen claimed that the man allegedly pulled her hair and scratched her chest, resulting in her dress buttons “popping out”, and her arms being scratched.

She added that her husband then drove away from the scene to avoid further damage, and that the man had allegedly punched their back mirror and continued to attack their car.

Her husband then drove towards Tekka and eventually stopped at Sungei Road, and the man allegedly saw their car and ran from where his car was to their vehicle and allegedly hit their rearview mirrors and bonnet, damaging it.

The netizen claimed that after the police arrived, they gave their statement but the man had allegedly left the scene before the arrival of the officers.

Facing 7 other charges

AsiaOne reported that the man is also set to be charged for a number of earlier offences.

Attacked a woman in 2022

Mothership reported that 34-year-old Lee Wei Jian is currently facing 2 charges for use of criminal force – one for voluntarily causing hurt and another for voluntarily causing bodily pain to a Teo Yi Xin on 2 July 2022.

According to court documents, Lee and Teo were in an intimate relationship at the time, with the former allegedly grabbing the woman by the neck and pushing her towards an escalator at Marina Bay Sands, causing her to fall.

Afterwards, while inside a hotel room at Marina Bay Sands, Lee had allegedly swung Two, resulting in the victim hitting a table and sustaining an injury, and punching her.


If convicted of voluntarily causing hurt, Lee faces a jail term of up to 3 years and/or a fine of up to $5,000.

If convicted of using criminal force, Lee faces a jail term of up to 3 months and/or a fine of up to $1,500.

Housebreaking in 2019

Separately, Lee is also being charged with conspiring with others to break into a house to commit theft on 30 October 2019.

Later that day, he and a few others also allegedly burnt two identity cards and a passport that were stolen, and he was charged with one offence under the Passport Act and another offence under the National Registration Act.

If found guilty of the offence under the Passport Act, Lee faces a jail term of up to 2 years and/or a fine of up to $3,000.

If found guilty of the offence under the National Registration Act, He faces a jail term of up to 5 years, and/or a fine of up to $5,000.

Singapore Police Force’s press release


The Police will be charging a 34-year-old man for his suspected involvement in a case of public nuisance.

On 19 March 2023 at about 6.05 am, the Police received a call for assistance, informing of a couple that was arguing along Selegie Road. Preliminary investigations revealed that while the couple were having a dispute along the road, their actions attracted the attention of a passerby, who recorded the incident with her mobile phone.  The man allegedly confronted the passerby, attempted to snatch her mobile phone, and proceeded to hit the car that the passerby was in.


The man had also purportedly used criminal force and had voluntarily caused hurt to a woman known to him on 2 July 2022 in a hotel along Bayfront Avenue. The man will be charged in court with public nuisance on 25 March 2023. The offence of public nuisance under Section 290 of the Penal Code 1871 carries a fine of up to $2,000. In the case where the offender knew that the act or omission constituting the public nuisance will cause or will probably cause any common injury, danger or annoyance to the public, the offender may be liable upon conviction to an imprisonment term of up to three months, a fine up to $2,000, or both.

The man is also being charged with using criminal force under Section 352 of the Penal Code 1871 and voluntarily causing hurt under Section 323 of the Penal Code 1871. The offence of using criminal force under Section 352 of the Penal Code 1871 carries an imprisonment term of up to three months, a fine up to $1,500, or both. The offence of voluntarily causing hurt under Section 323 of the Penal Code 1871 carries an imprisonment term of up to three years, a fine up to $5,000, or both.

24 March 2023 @ 11:15 PM

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