[VIDEO] Man Angry With Summons Uses Bulldozer To Flip JPJ Patrol Car

In the 51-second video, three enforcement officials can be seen trying to calm the man down.

Cover image via CP Network 4 (YouTube)

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A man in Sabah, dissatisfied with being issued a summons, used a bulldozer to flip the patrol car of the Road Transport Department (JPJ) officers that issued it

The incident, which was caught on video and went viral on social media, was said to have occurred on Jalan Kepayan in Kampung Megatang, Keningau.

In the 51-second video, three enforcement officials can be seen trying to calm the man down.

The man, however, rams his bulldozer into the officers' vehicle and flips it over.

The JPJ officials were said to have stopped the man from driving his bulldozer, which led to the dispute

According to New Straits Times, the officials discovered that the man did not have an F class driving license necessary to operate the heavy machinery.

"Preliminary investigations found that while conducting their daily patrol, one of the JPJ units of the Keningau branch stopped a suspicious backhoe-type heavy vehicle," Keningau district police chief Deputy Supt Nor Rafidah Kasim told Harian Metro.

"When the summon was issued, the driver was dissatisfied and angry and reacted by driving into the JPJ vehicle ridden by the officers, causing damage to the vehicle."

While the JPJ four-wheel-drive was badly damaged, the three enforcement officers were unhurt in the incident

The 60-year-old man was arrested at the scene and brought back to the police headquarters.

The case is being investigated under Sections 186 and 353 of the Penal Code for obstructing the duties of civil servants and Section 427 of the Penal Code for committing treason.

Watch the incident here:

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