Don’t you just hate it when you’re on the highway and someone uses their high beam on you and blinds you momentarily? Apparently, it is far worse in China as they usually install extremely strong lights on their cars.
Well, China people have had enough of all those high beam abusers so they got their creative juices flowing and cooked up the idea of sticking scary looking entities on their back windshields.
According to the Straits Times, these eerie looking decals can hardly be seen at night or in the dark. However, when extremely bright lights are applied, the spooky stickers will appear.
So you can imagine the heart attack those road bullies get when they suddenly see ghosts popping up in front of them!
Some of these stickers are eerie female ghosts, werewolves and bloody hand prints. Best of all, they are being sold on Taobao too, so even Malaysians can get them. Plus, they cost as low as 16 yuan (RM10) only!
But WOB does not recommend drivers to install these decals as they are against the law btw.
Traffic police in Jinan, China who spotted these decals have fined drivers 100 yuan (RM 64) each.
Of course, although they do help shake those high beam abusers off, it may still pose a danger towards other road users like giving them a literal heart attack and dying on the spot!
I mean look at that! Who wouldn’t poop their pants seeing that all of a sudden?
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