Dashcam Captures Knife-Wielding Man Attacking Pursuer on Kuala Lumpur Highway

StoryfulNewsPublished: February 15, 2018
Published: February 15, 2018

Dashcam footage, taken on February 10, shows a confrontation between two men on a Kuala Lumpur highway in Malaysia in which one man brandishes a knife and lunges at the other. The incident led to the arrest of the attacker, according to reports. The video uploader, Jimmy Soo, said that the second man, his brother, was stabbed off camera. Soo said the incident occurred after he and his brother followed a vehicle that had struck their car. Soo said that he pursued the car for about 400 meters before they became stuck in traffic. This video shows the incident and a short chase. After the cars stop, a passenger gets out of the lead car, moves around to the the driver’s side and gets something from inside At this point Soo’s brother gets out and appears to inspect the front of the car for damage before the man from the lead car, now carrying a knife, charges at him, shouting and pushing at him. Although the alleged stabbing was not caught on camera, Soo also posted photos to Facebook, one of which appears to show a knife wound to a man’s thigh. The attacker was reportedly arrested on February 12, and the Sun Daily said that the suspect was “believed” to have been in possession of drugs at the time of the arrest. Credit: Jimmy Soo via Storyful

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      BroncoBob · 13 weeks ago

      Drugs or no drugs, the suspect stabbed the man.