Cops seek ‘road bully’ who harassed PM’s daughter

A widely-shared video clip said to show the actions of a woman driver who allegedly tried to intimidate Anwar Ibrahim’s daughter. (Twitter pic)

PETALING JAYA: Police are looking for a car driver, believed to be a woman, who had allegedly tried to intimidate the third daughter of Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim while driving in the fast lane of a highway.

Traffic police have urged the driver to come forward to assist with the investigation, saying that her actions shown in a video clip could put other drivers at risk.

Anwar’s daughter Nurul Ilham had posted earlier that she had been a victim of a road bully.

In a video posted on Twitter, a green car in front is seen to be braking several times while driving in the fast lane.

Nurul Ilham described the action as “super dangerous”. She said the driver of the car had earlier honked her for heading towards the Touch ‘n Go lane on the left of a toll plaza.

“I had signalled to go to the left, but I didn’t see any signal of her going right (towards the SmartTag lane). Guess she was mad about that,” she said.

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