Wednesday November 4, 2015 MYT 3:05:17 PM
Two Subang Jaya road rage accused claim trial
PETALING JAYA: Two motorists were charged in a magistrate’s court over a road rage incident in Subang Jaya on Oct 28.
Cheah Jeng Yeh, 30, a contractor, and businesswoman Sasha Farina Mohd Shapie, 35, claimed trial to committing criminal mischief under the Penal Code.
Magistrate Salamiah Salleh set Cheah’s bail at RM3,000 while Sasha’s bail was set at RM3,500.
In the 10.37am incident in Jalan SS15/5A in Subang Jaya, both accused had a dispute over a reserved parking lot. A 17-second video clip of the incident went viral.
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Parking lot dispute in Subang Jaya turns into road rage incident
A dispute over a parking lot in Subang Jaya turned into a full-blown road rage incident when the two drivers involved – a man and a woman – allegedly damaged each other’s car.
A 17-second video clip showing the female driver battering the guy’s Toyota Camry with a steering lock is being shared on social media.
However, police said there was more to the story than what was shown in the video recorded by the male driver from inside his car, The Star reported.
Subang Jaya police chief Yahaya Ramli said in the incident that occurred on Wednesday, the 34-year-old woman had wanted to park her car at the lot in Jalan SS15/5A but the male driver had parked his vehicle instead.
“She ended up parking her Volvo in front of the Toyota and went about her business,” The Star quoted him as saying.
He said a couple of hours later, the man wanted to leave the car park and blared his horn to get the owner of the other car to move her vehicle.
The woman, however, ignored it for a while and when she finally came to move her car, the man allegedly accelerated his vehicle and hit her car, Yahaya said.
“An argument ensued and the man allegedly hurled profanities at her and shoved her elderly father,” he was quoted as saying.
Yahaya said the woman called the police and Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) for help.
“But the man allegedly drove his car into hers several more times, causing damage to the right side passenger door.
“She then took out a steering lock and began hitting his car,” The Star quoted Yahaya as saying.
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