Mr. H was street racing and the police quickly caught on and tried to intercept him. A high-speed chase ensued, with Mr. H successfully evading their detection temporarily. However, the police allocated a number of resources to catch him and he was eventually intercepted and arrested. Similar to the story of Rodney King, the police mercilessly beat Mr. H for the trouble he had caused them. The Crown sought hard time in prison, but after two years of intense negotiations, Zalman Haouzi presented the Crown with irrefutable evidence of police misconduct and corrupt attempts of a cover-up, resulting in the Crown agreeing to a conditional discharge with 240 hours of community service, avoiding a criminal record.