Honda Civic 'bully' fined
He is also disqualified from driving for two years
He terrorised two women on the road.
His actions were captured on video that went viral.
Mr Quek Zhen Hao, 25, dubbed the "Honda Civic bully", was yesterday fined $5,400 and disqualified from driving for two years after pleading guilty to one count each of rash driving and behaving in a threatening manner.
The charges involved a motorist identified as Madam Goh Siok Ling, 40.
A separate rash driving charge involving another woman, Ms Chng Sor Hoon, 36, was taken into consideration during sentencing.
Madam Goh was about to make a right turn to get out of a carpark near Block 203, Petir Road, in Bukit Panjang at 9.05am on Jan 28, when she saw Mr Quek's car coming from the opposite direction.
As their vehicles were blocking each other, she reversed her car to give way to him. But Mr Quek's car remained stationary and there was a stand-off for about 30 seconds.
To avoid a confrontation, Madam Goh drove out of the carpark by another route.
Mr Quek, who was returning to his flat at Block 210, took off in pursuit and tailgated Madam Goh's car.
He then overtook her car, abruptly cut into her lane without signalling and jammed his brakes on Petir Road. Madam Goh had to brake to avoid a collision.
He pulled the same stunt two more times, said Deputy Public Prosecutor Selene Yap.
Mr Quek stopped his car at the junction of Petir and Dairy Farm roads, alighted and strode threateningly towards Madam Goh's car.
"(She) was too afraid to react and did not know what (he) wanted from her. (His) actions caused alarm and distress to (her)," said Ms Yap.
Madam Goh drove off and managed to get away from Mr Quek about five minutes later at a slip road towards Bukit Timah Expressway.
She made a police report that day, and he was arrested on Feb 11.
Mr Quek, who was not represented, told District Judge Soh Tze Bian in his mitigation plea that he was having a bad day at the time and was remorseful.
He asked the judge to reconsider the disqualification as he needed to drive to do delivery for his elderly father, who has "eyesight and brain problems".
Judge Soh said he could not give Mr Quek a shorter term of disqualification and stressed that he had targeted two women on consecutive days.
The judge said Mr Quek was lucky as he could have gone to jail if Madam Goh had been hurt.
Mr Quek's father, who was with him in court, later told reporters: "(I'm) not happy because the other party was not blamed. It's unfair."
Mr Quek tried to stop his father from addressing the media and told him: "Enough. It's over already."
But outside the State Courts building, the visibly upset father tried to stop the media from taking his picture as he was leaving with his son.
For rash driving, Mr Quek could have been jailed up to a year and fined up to $5,000.
For behaving in a threatening manner, he could have been fined up to $2,000.