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58-year-old woman arrested for rash act of standing in middle of busy road after quarrel with husband




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A middle-aged woman who was upset with her husband after a quarrel rushed to stand in the middle of the busy road in Upper Cross Street. According to Shin Min Daily News which shared a video of the incident, the commotion happened on 9 Dec at about 6pm.

The woman stood in the middle of the road which is near the State Court for over 30 minutes, causing cars to drive cautiously to avoid hitting her. An eyewitness of the incident said that “there were a lot of cars on the road at that time and many horned at her. But she was just standing there, forcing the owners to switch lanes abruptly.”

The police were alerted by bystanders about the incident and they rushed to the scene. The eyewitness said that “when the police arrived, she obediently gave in to them.”

The police have confirmed that a 58-year-old woman was arrested on charges of rash act, and that the case is still under investigation.

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