Riding the motorcycle in Malaysia is very dangerous. From being surrounded by bigger vehicles to road conditions that are so bad, our riders put themselves at risk every day. Recently, riding a motorcycle has become more dangerous because some lunatic decided to sabotage their journey.
A Twitter user, @musqimsempoi shared about his friend who got seriously injured after riding into a fishing line set up on purpose along the DUKE highway. Fortunately, his friend was riding at a very low speed as if he was going any faster, he would have been decapitated.
The friend, however, still suffered from a huge cut on the bridge on his nose, his right cheek as well as his neck. Even the buckle strap was cut through by the fishing line. This shows how dangerous it is if someone were to ride into it at a high speed.
Read the full thread here:
— / / K A S A L L Y. 🎥 + 📸 + 🕹 (@musqimsempoi) February 28, 2020
We are worried about our riders who have no choice but to ride their motorcycles to go about their daily lives. Hopefully, those lunatics will be caught and punished severely as they are putting people’s lives in danger and someone could really die for this irresponsible act!
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