Cyclist involved in Pasir Ris road rage with lorry driver fined S$2,800

Published on 13 Apr 2019 4:01:07 PM

The cyclist involved in a Pasir Ris road rage incident in Singapore in December last year that went viral on social media, was fined S$2,800 (RM8,515) on Friday.

British national Eric Cheung Hoyu pleaded guilty to one charge of committing mischief and another charge of not cycling in an orderly and careful manner.

Meanwhile, lorry driver Teo Seng Tiong’s case will be heard at a later date, where he faces one charge of causing hurt to Cheung and another charge of failing to lodge a police report within 24 hours after the accident.