Road rage: Woman blocks MPV while queuing at Malaysia checkpoint, throws car licence plate

In a fit of rage, the woman tried to stop the black SUV by standing in front of the vehicle. She also threw the vehicle's licence plate at the windscreen.
PHOTO: Facebook/SG Road Vigilante

[Updated July 10, 6.50pm]:

The woman in a road rage incident near the Sultan Abu Bakar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine Complex in Johor Bahru is now wanted by Malaysian police for committing mischief, The Straits Times reported Sunday (July 10). 

Iskandar Puteri Johor District police chief Rahmat Ariffin said on Saturday that the Malaysian police are still identifying the suspect, who was in a red Kia with a Singapore licence plate.

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Upset at the vehicle behind her allegedly for trying to switch lanes, a woman flew into a rage and tried to stop the vehicle from moving — all while they were queueing at the Malaysian immigration checkpoint.

The video was uploaded to Facebook page SG Road Vigilante on Saturday (July 9). According to the post, the incident took place at about 10am that day near the Tuas Second Link, with the vehicles appearing to be entering Singapore from Johor.

In the two-minute video, the woman can be seen pushing against the bonnet of the black MPV to prevent the vehicle from moving forward. 

She then yanks off the vehicle's licence plate and throws it at the windscreen before going back to her car, a Singapore-registered red Kia Cerato. 

A man dressed in a blue T-shirt can also be seen running towards the black MPV, flipping off the driver. 

Subsequent parts of the video show footage from the MPV driver's dash camera, where the woman is standing directly in front of the vehicle smirking at the driver. 

The MPV driver can be heard calling her a "crazy woman", adding that he wants to call the police. 

Not allowing him to pass, she tries to direct other cars to move forward. 

At the time of writing, the video has garnered more than 13,000 reactions and over 7,700 comments from both Singaporean and Malaysian netizens, who were appalled by the woman's behaviour.

"[What's the] matter with that psychotic woman?", questioned one netizen. "Money can buy car but cannot buy class," wrote another.

PHOTO: Screengrab/Facebook

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