A motorcyclist who smashed the windscreen of a woman's car in Serdang on 28 May has been arrested
New Straits Times reported that the man, who is in his 30s, was arrested at 3pm yesterday, 30 May.
According to Serdang police chief Assistant Commissioner Ismadi Borhan, the suspect's motorcycle and helmet were also seized during the arrest.
The dashcam footage of the man's actions has since gone viral on social media.
The suspect, who worked as a factory storage assistant in Balakong, was one of the two motorcyclists who hogged the road before the incident on Tuesday
Malay Mail reported that the man was unhappy after being honked at by a 22-year-old female driver near Jalan Kasturi in Seksyen 12, Taman Bukit Serdang.
He had been hogging the road with another motorcyclist, before the Perodua Alza driver overtook both of them.
The suspect caught up with the Alza and stopped abruptly in front of the vehicle. He then shattered the car's windscreen with his helmet while the other motorcyclist looked on.
Police are seeking to apply for a remand order against the man
"A remand order against the suspect will be applied under Section 117 of the Criminal Procedure Code from the court," Ismadi said, according to Malay Mail.
"All investigations are ongoing," he added.