The 38-year-old suspect was apparently asked to move his car.
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Yesterday a man went viral on social media for hurling profanities at a woman after being asked to move his car.
It is believed that the incident happened when the woman, who couldn’t reverse out of her spot because he was blocking her, had asked him to move.
According to Twitter user @nanmanjoi8715, who posted the video online, the incident took place near a sundry shop at Bandar Springhill, Port Dickson.
Today the police said in a statement that they had arrested a 38-year-old man.
Port Dickson police chief Aidi Sham Mohamed said the suspect was nabbed at 3.40pm after the victim lodged a police report.
According to Aidi Sham, the suspect tested negative for drugs and does not have any criminal record and the case is being investigated under Section 14 of the Minor Offences Act 1955 for indecent behaviour.
In the video, a woman was heard asking a man who was sitting in a car if he really wasn’t going to move.
Ignoring the woman, the man started to speak to someone over his mobile phone, passing sarcastic remarks about what was happening.