Road Bully Blocks Traffic In Subang Jaya Just To Get Back At A Driver Who Honked At Him

The video has been viewed over 328,000 times on a Facebook community page.

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It's situations like this that make you seriously consider getting a dashboard camera for your car

In a video that has gone viral on social media, the driver of a green Perodua Myvi was caught driving dangerously just to catch up with another driver who'd honked at him for cutting the traffic queue some kilometres away. The road bully also reversed multiple times in attempts to purposely bang into the other car, causing traffic jam at a busy stretch of road in Subang Jaya. The incident happened on Saturday, 5 August between 1.22pm to 1.25pm.

At the time of writing, the video has been viewed over 328,000 times on Facebook community page 'We are Malaysians'. The video was also posted on several other community pages and news portals.

It all began when the green Myvi, who was right in front of the video's original poster (OP), attempted to cut traffic queue along the Federal Highway by slowing down and switching lanes at the very last minute

OP honked at the green Myvi as they drove past... and probably triggered the Myvi driver, as he drove dangerously fast to catch up and overtake OP's car along the highway

Wanting to avoid confrontation, OP took another route... but the Myvi driver caught up again. This time, he got in front of OP, switched on his double signals, and deliberately reversed in five attempts to collide with OP's car.

At this point, the Myvi driver's actions had caused a jam on the left lane of the busy road. He only reluctantly moved away and left the scene after another driver got down from his car and scolded him for holding up traffic.

At the time of writing, the video has been viewed over 328,000 times on Facebook community page 'We are Malaysians'. In the comments section, some criticised OP for not confronting the Myvi driver directly.

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Image via Facebook
Image via Facebook

However, most people agreed that the Myvi driver is at fault, with some applauding OP for not losing their cool throughout the incident

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It is believed that OP has lodged a police report against the Myvi driver. The driver had also apparently reached out to apologise, although OP insisted that they will not be retracting the police report.

An account of the incident was initially posted on Low Yat Forum by RicoT, who provided a route map of the car chase and posted updates on what they did after the incident. You can read the Myvi driver's response to the incident here.

Watch the entire incident here:

5/8/2017 Subang Jaya BJB 8685 Myvi (Pls share) 又是路霸事件,请看完! #PDRM Watch till end Raising public awareness and educational purpose, please share and inform your love ones. When you meet a road bully, lock up your car and don't disembark. Remain calm and patient, even when the adrenalin is rushing in you. Let 3rd party good Samaritans settle with the road bully, since road bully have no reason to dispute with them, as he is wrong in the first place. If road bully come down with a weapon, you have already establish self-defense and may force your car out to make an escape even if the bully is in the path and tried to block your car, drive straight to nearest polis station. Never disembark, let the bully hit your car, but not your body. *Important to have an operating dashcam in your car at all times. By the time you take your hand phone out to record, it is already too late. Sun Tzu Art of War #36 : If it becomes obvious that your current course of action will lead to defeat, then retreat and regroup. When your side is losing, there are only three choices remaining: surrender, compromise, or escape. Surrender is complete defeat, compromise is half defeat, but escape is not defeat. As long as you are not defeated, you still have a chance. This is the most famous of the stratagems, immortalized in the form of a Chinese idiom: "Of the Thirty-Six Stratagems, fleeing is best" Improved video version, polis report made against this car » Dangerously switching lane ✔ » Cutting queue ✔ » Brake check ✔ » Continuous honking ✔ » Jam brake ✔ » Intentionally reverse vehicle to cause accident ✔ » Blocking traffic ✔

Posted by 我们是马来西亚人 We are Malaysians on Sunday, 6 August 2017

Full discussion thread on Low Yat Forum here.

What would you have done in this situation? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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