On Mr Quek Zhen Hao's mum defending her son
He's lucky. If you offend other road users, some would just whack you!
She should ask him that question.
Well, provoked or not, your son should not have driven in that manner.
On him posting an apology video on YouTube
Nobody is perfect. Learn from mistakes. Most important is to repent, then you shall be forgiven.
ShahandIka Mohd Kassim
The person you bullied on the roads was someone's girlfriend, mother, sister, family member. The way you behaved was intimidating. Now when people send threats to your family, it doesn't feel too good, does it? Don't feel like the big man you were, coming out of your car and acting like a hooligan, do you?
Can you please draw a better sketch? It is ugly.
Daniyal Sheraz R. Dutt
A sincere apology comes without being demanded.
The people who issued death threats to him and his family deserve to be punished as well.
Sam Jnr Suari
Just revoke his licence. Sorry doesn't come cheap.
Now big bully becomes big baby.
Tan Wei Yang Justice
Criticising people is common on social media. Death threats? Criminal intimidation attracts a higher penalty than acting dangerously on the road.
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