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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Man says Netizens rage against him unfair and tries hard to deny being a Road Bully, however video continues to rile up netizens

(Video) 'Road bully' tells his side of story

KUALA LUMPUR: The man who was allegedly involved in two road rage incidents in the Klang Valley recently, which went viral on social media, has stepped up to give his side of the story.
Simren Singh, 27, a businessman said the netizens rage against him based on what they see on social media was being unfair to him.
"One has to avoid making decisions based on a YouTube video. Yes, it is not right to make rude hand gestures. But did the video viewers know what actually happened? Some social media users are even hurling profanities and threatening me.
"In the recent incident on July 13 at about 1.30pm, I was on my way back home. I was driving along Jalan Genting Klang in Setapak and was trying to enter the right lane, when a vehicle driven by a man clad in grey hit my car.
"It was an accident and so we parked our vehicles at the side of the road to discuss the matter. But the man looked angry and used racist slurs on me," Simren told theSun when met about the video which shows him arguing with an elderly man.
Simren said a passer-by tried to calm the situation and advised him to get into the car, saying that it was not safe as a group of youths wearing full-visor helmet were surrounding them.
"I even told the man to settle the incident with me. I noticed that the man's vehicle road tax had expired. Passers-by started to intervene and I decided to escape the scene. The man was taking pictures of my car and God knows for what reason he started to punch and kick my vehicle," he said.
He said he felt the situation was getting out of hand and decided to leave but in his haste he had reversed into the elderly man's car.
Simren made a traffic police report exactly after 24 hours.
"I am not sure about the man but I was told by the investigating officer that the man has yet to lodge a traffic report about the accident," he said.
On another incident that took place earlier this year along Jalan Ampang here, Simren said the person who uploaded the incident on video had edited it and failed to show the part where she rear ended his vehicle.
"She knocked into me from the back. I was waiting for her to stop but she tried to escape and that prompted me to chase her and block her from escaping. Eventually, she stopped and I got out of my car to take a picture of her car and that's when I saw a her passenger, who is a foreigner, recording my actions.
"If I am a road bully, I could have used a weapon or anything to threaten her but I didn't do it," he said.

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