A video emerged online showing a road rage incident involving a Mercedes driver and an Audi driver, with punches being thrown.
The incident happened on 15 January at about 4.40pm along Kovan Road.
The Mercedes driver wanted the Audi driver and the camcar driver to reverse so that he could turn into his residence.
But both the Audi and camcar had the right of way as there was no yellow box on the road.
The Mercedes driver then went to the window of the Audi and confronted the driver, and the two appeared to be having a heated argument (there is no audio from the dashcam footage).
The Mercedes driver then threw a punch at the Audi driver before walking off to confront the camcar driver.
Here is the OP’s statement:
“Posting as video witness to road rage incident, driver of SLC3693Y white Mercedes punched driver of SKU4878S white Audi.
Mercedes driver want camcar and Audi driver to reverse so that he can turn into his residence, but there is no yellow box and we have the right of way too. We didn’t comply so he punch the owner of the white Audi, and later approach me too.
Hope this video help the owner of the white Audi and hope he is alright, and kudos to him for not retaliating.”
According to Chapter 321 of the Penal Code, anyone who performs an act that causes hurt to a person is guilty of Voluntarily Causing Hurt.
Upon conviction, offenders could face a jail term of up to 3 years and/or a fine of up to $5,000.