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ARRESTED: Woman & man in involved in license plate-throwing incident at Tuas 2nd Link

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The Singaporean man and woman who vented their fury by ripping the license plate from a minivan and childishly flipping the driver off were arrested by Malaysian police.

The couple caught on camera in a road rage video that went viral were arrested by the Malaysian Police on Friday (Jul 15). 

Mr Rahmat Bin Ariffin, Iskandar Puteri Johor District police chief said in a statement published on Facebook that “Both suspects admitted to being involved in the arrested case. 

The suspect is believed to be unhappy because her vehicle was blocked and scraped against during the incident.”

The video of the incident, which took place on Saturday (July 9) amid heavy traffic at Second Link between Singapore and Malaysia, was posted on the Facebook pages of SG Road Vigilante – SGRV and Complaint Singapore.

It shows the woman singlehandedly blocking a black Toyota Alphard with her body and succeeding in detaching the vehicle’s number plate before throwing it at the windscreen.

She appeared to fly into a rage after her red Kia was scratched by the Toyota while in traffic as the black vehicle was changing lanes.

Photo: FB screengrab/Complaint Singapore

The Straits Times reported on July 10 that the woman was wanted by the Malaysian police for committing mischief.

The man who shared the videos online is Mr Muhammed Haziq, 25. His family was in the black Toyota that the woman tried to stop and threw the number plate at, although he was not with them during the incident.

His parents and two sisters were in the vehicle.

After the woman threw her tantrum, a young man, believed to be her son, ran to his mother. He was caught on video raising a middle finger to the driver of the black Toyota.

The young man had been driving the Kia.

Photo: FB screengrab/Complaint Singapore

Since the incident occurred, information and photos about the woman who bodily blocked removed Mr Muhamad’s family’s car have been shared online.

The police told The Straits Times that a report has been filed over the reported doxxing. 

Doxxing occurs when people “search for and publish private or identifying information about (a particular individual) on the internet, typically with malicious intent.”


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