Pickup Truck Driver Turns Herself In After Hitting A Lamborghini In A Luxury Car Convoy

The incident reportedly took place on the North-South Expressway near Sedenak in Kulai, Johor last Friday, 18 March.

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A pickup truck driver, who is seen in a viral video sideswiping a Lamborghini, has turned herself in after the police started an investigation into the case

According to The Star, the 28-year-old Ford Ranger driver surrendered herself to the Kulai police headquarters at 1am yesterday, 21 March.

The police have obtained a remand order against the woman and she will be held until Wednesday, 23 March, said Kulai OCPD Supt Tok Beng Yeow.

The incident began when the Ranger driver was driving on the North-South Expressway near Sedenak in Kulai, Johor around 6.10pm last Friday, 18 March

A 44-second video captured the incident unfolding and the first clip of dashcam footage shows the four-wheel drive forcing its way between a luxury vehicle convoy.

The Ranger is seen driving in a zig-zag pattern, forcing a green Lamborghini to sidestep to the emergency lane to let the Ranger through.

However, the Ranger sideswipes the Lamborghini, causing a collision between the back of the four-wheel drive and the front of the exotic sports car.

The second clip in the viral video shows the luxury vehicle convoy surrounding the Ranger.

"Due to the collision, the (luxury vehicle) convoy was not satisfied and stopped the vehicle in the middle of the highway before a misunderstanding occurred between the driver of the Ford Ranger and the group," Utusan Malaysia quoted the Kulai district police chief as saying.

The case is currently being investigated under Section 147 of the Penal Code for rioting and Section 42(1) of the Road Transport Act 1987 for driving recklessly

If convicted under the first offence, the suspects could face up to two years' jail, a fine, or both.

While the suspects convicted under the second offence could face up to five years' jail, or a RM15,000 fine.

The video of the incident can be found below:

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