The mother and son that everyone had been talking about in the last few days have been arrested in Malaysia…since last night.
Here’s what happened.
Mum & Son in Viral Road Rage Have Been Arrested by M’sia Police
After the video went viral, the Malaysian police put up a notice, stating that they were looking for the identities of the duo involved in the road rage.
With everyone knowing who they are, it didn’t take long for them to find them.
They’ve classified it as a case of mischief, and the duo are wanted by the police.
And so, last night, they appeared to have headed to JB…to be arrested.
Their car was spotted by a Facebook user in JB last night.
Iskandar Puteri Johor District police chief Rahmat Ariffin said in a statement today (15 July) that a Singaporean man and woman were arrested last night (14 July) at the Sultan Abu Bakar Immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Security (ICQS) Complex, which is the JB side of the Second Link.
Yes, it’s the “crime scene”.
According to the statement, the two suspects admitted that they were involved in the incident and that they are believed to have gotten upset because their car was blocked and scraped.
Earlier this week, a police report has been made in Singapore, too, over the doxxing of the woman and her son.
He Said, She Said Situation
So, who’s right and who’s wrong?
According to the woman, her son has been driving the car, and noticed that the Toyota Alphard had been cutting lanes throughout the journey.
The Alphard then allegedly tried to cut into the Cerato’s lane from the left.
The slight sideswiping then occurred.
The woman claimed that she originally wanted to let the matter rest as the scratches weren’t serious, but the Alphard driver allegedly stopped the car and approached the woman and her son. He cursed at them, and challenged her son for a “one-to-one fight”.
That was when she alighted from the car to reason with him, but the Alphard driver then went back to his car.
The woman stood in front of the car, wanting the Alphard driver to come out to speak.
But the Alphard moved forward instead.
Because the car plate was injuring her, and in a fit of anger and pain, she ripped it off and tossed it at the windscreen.
However, the Alphard driver has a slightly different story.
His son said that the woman had flipped the bird at the Alphard driver when he approached her immediately after the accident. He claimed that the woman had asked him to come out from his car.
Now, remember: the woman claimed that she was willing to let it go, and that the Alphard driver was the one who approached the woman.
The son also claimed that Alphard driver was very calm, and that is, once again, a conflicting account of what the woman had said: she said he was angry and even challenged the woman’s son for a fight.
Now that the case is under the police’s purview, let’s just let the experts do the work.
However, if you’re wondering why we all hate on the woman despite the fact that there were two violent incidents (tossing of car plate by the woman and moving of car by the Alphard driver when the woman is in front), watch this to the end and you’d understand:
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