Myvi Driver In Cheras Threatens DBKL Officers With Wooden Stick For Clamping His Car

A video of the incident has gone viral on social media.

  • A man was caught losing his cool on camera, after his car was clamped by the authorities in Cheras on Monday, 25 September

    • A video of the incident, which has been circulating on social media since yesterday, 26 September, shows the man threatening and screaming at Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) enforcement officers just outside of Cheras Leisure Mall in Taman Segar.

      It is understood that the man's Perodua Myvi was clamped after he parked the car illegally, leading to a heated argument where the man shouted and hurled abusive words.

      The man was seen pushing and shoving the officers while he could be heard saying that he was only gone "for about five minutes".

      He also challenged the officers into a fight, calling them to "buka uniform" (remove their uniform).

  • During the incident, the man also almost got into a fight with other bystanders

    • A few people stepped in and called out the man for being rude but ended up being subjected to the man's rage.

      "You mahu apa? Mari lah! (What do you want? Come at me!)" the driver shouted.

      Two women, believed to be with the man, tried to defuse the situation several times. They could be seen trying to separate the man with the DBKL officers and other bystanders intermittently.

  • In the video, the man could be seen holding what appears to be a wooden stick, as he threatened one of the council officers. He took the stick out from his car earlier.

    • Eventually, one of the officials removed the clamp from his car although the man appeared to be still fuming.

      As he was about to leave the scene in his car, another person challenged him to a fight. Before he drove off, the man retorted and said, "Okay ah! Tunggu ah! (Alright, just you wait!)"

  • One of the DBKL personnel involved lodged a police report on the incident on the same day

    • According to Cheras OCPD Asst Comm Chong Kok Sin, the two DBKL officers at the scene were there to carry out their duties. They were with two other men from a private company that was appointed to clamp vehicles parked illegally.

      "Moments later, the officers received a call from the DBKL call centre ordering them to open the clamp as the suspect wanted to pay his fine."

      "When the officers went to release the car, a misunderstanding broke out between them and they began to push and shove each other," Chong was quote as saying by The Sun Daily.

  • The suspect in the said video was arrested by the police at 6.30pm yesterday

    • Chong revealed that the 38-year-old man, an e-hailing services driver, was detained after he went to the police station to have his statements recorded.

      According to media reports, the man is expected to be remanded starting today, 27 September.

      Chong said that the case will be investigated under Section 506 of the Penal Code for Criminal Intimidation, which carries a maximum two years' jail or fine or both, if convicted.

      The man will also be investigated under Section 186 of the Penal Code, which provides a jail term of not more than two years and a maximum fine of RM10,000, or both, if convicted.

  • Watch the video of the incident here:

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  • Just a few weeks ago, a woman gained nationwide attention when she threatened an MPSJ officer with a steering lock over a traffic infraction:

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