A video capturing an Audi driver intimidating a pregnant lady on Jalan Johor Jaya, Johor last Friday, 8 November has gone viral
Based on the four-minute dashcam video, the lady was seen going through a turn while a white Audi wanted to cut into her lane without putting on its left signal.
"Balagak kau. Kau signal pun tak bagi. Pergi mampus lah (Arrogant fella. You are not even putting on your signal. You can go to hell)," the lady was heard saying.
After going through the turn, the Audi emerged again and charged to the front of her car
It started driving erratically before eventually stopping in front of the victim.
An altercation ensued after the Audi driver alighted the car.
The male driver tried to get the lady to admit that it was her fault at the turn
He said he had a child inside the car, while the lady replied she is pregnant.
"Okay, so now, do you admit that you are at fault," the man asked the lady, to which she responded with another question.
"But did you put on your signal?" the lady asked.
"Well, I did not put on the signal. I was wrong. But you knew I was coming (into the lane)," the man retaliated.
The man repeatedly called the lady 'stupid' and shouted at her furiously.
When the man got back to his vehicle, he reversed his vehicle and started revving the engine loudly
The lady then made a phone call, where she was heard crying in fear while relating her encounter with the road bully.
At the same time, the Audi driver stopped his car again, walked towards her and started taking pictures of her before finally flashing his middle finger at her.
The video was reshared by Royal Malaysia Police's Facebook page and garnered over 2,400 shares.
The police has since arrested the Audi driver
According to Berita Harian, the arrest came after the victim lodged a police report last Friday - an hour after her encounter.
He was arrested at Permas Jaya, Johor Bahru yesterday, 10 November.
Seri Alam district police chief Supt Ismail Dollah said he was detained under Section 506/509 of the Penal Code.
If convicted for criminal intimidation, the suspect could face up to seven years' jail, a fine, or both.
Additionally, the suspect could face up to five years' jail, a fine, or both if convicted for the use of words or gestures to insult the modesty of a person.