Investigation papers to be given to DPP
KUALA LUMPUR: The investigation papers of an alleged roadbullying case in Subang Jaya, Selangor, will be handed over to the deputy public prosecutor (DPP) soon.
Police have recorded the statement of the driver of the green Perodua Myvi on Tuesday to assist in the investigation.
A source said the investigation papers would be ready within two days and handed over to the DPP to decide on the next course of action.
The footage of the incident on Saturday went viral and drew the wrath of Netizens, who were unhappy with the driver’s erratic and provocative driving.
The “bully” had since apologised to his victim, a woman, for his actions.
He said he lost his temper due to exhaustion.
The victim accepted his apology, but said she would not retract the report lodged against him.
It is learnt that the Myvi, with a Probationary Driving Licence sticker visible on the windscreen, belonged to the man’s father.