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ICA officer at Woodlands Checkpoint dragged 'several metres' by car; driver arrested​

The ICA officer had discovered that the amount of fuel in the vehicle was below the stipulated level.
ICA officer at Woodlands Checkpoint dragged 'several metres' by car; driver arrested
The Woodlands Checkpoint on Sep 29, 2023. (Photo: CNA/Gaya Chandramohan)

13 Dec 2023 08:32PM (Updated: 13 Dec 2023 08:49PM)

SINGAPORE: An Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officer at the Woodlands Checkpoint instructed the driver of a car departing Singapore to follow him, but the man accelerated his car instead, dragging the officer for several metres.
The car nearly collided with a pedestrian and other nearby stationary vehicles, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and ICA said in a joint press release on Wednesday (Dec 13).
The 38-year-old Singaporean man had undergone a fuel gauge check at the departure car zone when the ICA officer noticed that his fuel tank was below the stipulated level of at least three-quarters tank full.
"The officer instructed the driver to hand over his passport, park the car, and follow him to the ICA Duty Office," said the authorities.
The driver refused to comply and accelerated forward, dragging the officer for several metres and causing him to suffer bodily pain. The officer was conveyed conscious to the hospital.
The driver will be charged in court on Thursday. If found guilty of causing hurt by a rash act, he faces a jail term of up to a year, a fine which may extend to S$5,000 (US$3,700), or both.