SMRT officer jailed for road rage
He punched the lorry driver's face and caused him to fall to the ground.
But even then, SMRT technical officer Abdul Hadi Abdul Sukor was not done.
The motorcyclist repeatedly stamped on Mr Seah Chong Beng's right leg, causing a small piece of bone to break off from Mr Seah's shin.
Abdul Hadi, 30, was yesterday jailed for seven months for the attack, which happened on April 29 last year.
Mr Seah, 66, was driving his company lorry on Bukit Batok Road at about 12.50pm when Abdul Hadi, who was on a motorcycle, sounded his horn.
Abdul Hadi overtook the lorry and signalled at Mr Seah. Both stopped along the roadside.
After getting off his motocycle, Abdul Hadi took out his mobile phone and tried to take a picture of Mr Seah, who had got out of the lorry.
When Mr Seah raised his arm to block the camera, Abdul Hadi attacked him. He punched the right side of Mr Seah's face and stamped on his right leg several times.
Mr Seah also suffered fractures to his nose and around his eye.
Abdul Hadi was ordered to pay Mr Seah $200 in compensation after pleading guilty to voluntarily causing grievous hurt. He could have been jailed up to 10 years and fined or caned.