Hong Kong gangster arrested amid traffic rage

A self-proclaimed gangster from hong kong learned the benefits of discretion the hard way: A viral video showing him getting out of a Porsche and berating a minibus driver led to his arrest for possession of cocaine.

The 35-year-old man appeared in court on Saturday January 14 after being identified on a video clip, in which he loudly proclaimed to be a member of a Chinese triad, a mafia gang. In the video, which has gone viral on social networks, we see him getting out of the sports car and swearing at the driver of the minibus stopped in traffic jams. He punches the window of the vehicle while knocking off the driver’s glasses and brandishing a stick.

But his bout of road rage cost him dearly. Shortly after the video was released, Hong Kong police identified him and quickly arrested him. Officers seized 1.7 kilograms of cocaine. “This man did not respect the safety of other road users nor did he respect law and order by publicly claiming to be a member of a triadChief Inspector Wong Chi-tang told reporters.

As for the driver of the minibus, the altercation revealed that he had a master’s degree in transport planning and had left a lucrative job to serve public transport users. He was nicknamed “the most educated minibus driverfrom Hong Kong by local media.

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