Road rage lands man in cuffs after hurling rocks

Road rage lands man in cuffs after hurling rocks

When the first stone was cast in the name of road rage, it was at least original – now it’s growing old.

A man in Poipet town was the latest arrested on Saturday for such carry-on after taking umbrage with some verbal abuse.

The stone thrower had brought it on himself – he sped through a red light on a moto – but was enraged enough at being insulted by a passing motorist that he stopped.

He then hurled stones at the car until police arrived. DEUM AMPIL

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