A man was recently sentenced to four days jail and 4 months of driving ban after he committed road rage in Jurong.
According to Today News, 35-year-old Zou Xin not only tried to stop the taxi but also drove against traffic twice in an attempt to do so.
Local media reports that the man is a Singaporean.
After he successfully blocked the Taxi driver with his Audi, he got off from his car and tried to confront the taxi driver.
The taxi driver who tried to drive off was stopped once again after the man hurl himself in front of the vehicle.
The offence of committing a rash act, punishable under Section 336(a) of the Penal Code carries an imprisonment term of up to six months, or a fine of up to $2,500, or both.
The Police have zero tolerance against acts that endanger the lives or safety of others and will not hesitate to take action against those who blatantly disregard the law. The Police would like to seek the public’s assistance to step up vigilance in our neighbourhoods and alert the Police if persons are seen committing such reckless acts.
Here are what netizens think:
- This one confirm China kia new citizen lah
- So cheap. Should hv 5 stroke rotan to wake him up
- Sometimes vehicles illegally parked on single lane and I have driven against traffic. Quite common, no? If not expect me to fly over the illegally parked vehicle?
- sometimes quite funny when lawyers try so hard to come up with reasons for mitigation but end up is rubbish excuses.
- Seems he didn’t get charged for road rage, cause no fight?
- stated as ‘Singaporean’ but likely new citizen.