Is a comma needed?

Police are investigating an incident of videos taken of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s son, Li Yipeng who was offered a ride in a private car.

In a statement on Sunday, the police said a report was made regarding the videos and that the car was driven by a 31-year old Singaporean man. It’s believed that the car in which the videos were taken was no a private-hire car.

Should there be a comma after “Yipeng”?



Yes. You need a comma after the name 'Li Yipeng’ as well as before it. Otherwise, the following clause (who was offered a ride in a private car) will become a defining clause which will absurdly mean that the PM has another son by the same name.