Delivery rider nabbed over MRR2 road rage incident

KUALA LUMPUR: A motorcyclist who lost his cool during a road rage incident along the MRR2 has been arrested.

Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Azam Ismail said a 55-year-old complainant told police he was approached by a motorcyclist on Wednesday (Sept 20) after making a turn.

Believing that the complainant had tried to hit his motorcycle, the suspect then forced the motorist to stop by blocking his path.

"He also used foul language and hit a car door with his motorcycle helmet," ACP Mohd Azam said in a statement on Friday (Sept 22).

The suspect's child was riding pillion at the time of the incident.

At around 1.45am on Thursday (Sept 21), a police team traced the suspect to Ukay Perdana.

The 45-year-old, a food delivery rider with a criminal record, has been remanded until Sunday (Sept 24) for further investigation.

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