'Public enemy' driver charged with rash driving

'Public enemy' driver charged with rash driving
Quek was accused of two counts of driving in a rash manner and one of displaying threatening behaviour towards a female motorist.

A student branded a "public enemy" - after videos of him allegedly driving recklessly appeared online - was charged in court yesterday.

Quek Zhen Hao was accused of two counts of driving in a rash manner and one of displaying threatening behaviour towards a female motorist on two occasions on Jan 28 and 29.

Quek, who was not represented, indicated that he would plead guilty to the charges in the Jan 28 incident.

He will return to court on May 28. If convicted, he faces a jail term of up to six months and/or a fine of up to $1,000 for driving rashly to endanger life. The maximum penalty for displaying threatening behaviour is a $2,000 fine.

This article by The Straits Times was published in MyPaper, a free, bilingual newspaper published by Singapore Press Holdings.


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