Just 2 days ago, a senior citizen stopped his car in the middle of the road because he wasn’t feeling well.
Shockingly, he was badly beaten up by 3 hooligans on a motorcycle because they rammed into the stationary car, KwongWah reported.
A 45-year-old netizen, Tan Poh Poh took it to Facebook after witnessing the incident.
According to Tan, she was on her way to Jalan Ayer Itam from Jalan Scotland at 3.45pm on Wednesday. From afar, she saw a car stopped in the middle of the road, just after exiting the flyover.
She paid extra attention to the car as she was worried that the driver might be a senior citizen, which turned out to be true.
Suddenly, a motorcycle with 3 men riding on it passed by her at a fast speed and rammed into the stationary car because they couldn’t brake in time. But they seemed to be fine after the collision.
Then one of the angry motorcyclist walked to the driver seat of the car and dragged the old man out. Without hesitation, he started bashing the victim mercilessly. Rempit attitude siallll!
“When I turned my head, the old man’s face was already covered in blood,” Tan said.
Source: Facebook/Poh Poh Tan
Seeing that, Tan immediately got out of her car to stop the barbaric man. She said that the motorcyclist blamed the old man for stopping his car in the middle of the road, thus causing the accident and injuring his leg.
As such, he was persistent in demanding compensation from the bloodied victim.
When Tan wanted to bring the old man to the hospital, the motorcyclist went amok and started cursing her. He even took off his helmet and smashed onto Tan’s car windscreen.
“At that moment, I saw he was out of control. So I didn’t stop him (from smashing the car windscreen),” Tan said.
The situation was only defused when another 2 Good Samaritans intervened and stopped the ruthless man. Another kind man was seen handling a towel to the victim to stop his bleeding.
At the hospital, Tan got to know that the old man suffered from heart disease and high blood pressure, which was the reason why he had to stop the car because his hands were shaking.
After the victim’s son arrived at the hospital, they went to lodge a police report. Tan was later informed that the old man received several stitches on his nose.
She also urged public who had witnessed and recorded the incident to step forward so that the police will have more information and evidence to work on.
Tan deserves a medal for her exceptional bravery. As for the heartless motorcyclist, let’s hope he get to taste his own medicine one day.