We’re sure you’re all fully aware of what happened a couple of weeks ago, when Dato’ Seri Adnan Yaakob, the Menteri Besar of Pahang, garnered intense online backlash for riding his bicycle on the road.
The reason why Malaysian netizens were riled up was because he had police and and an ambulance to escort him. This caused him to take up the entire road, causing a massive traffic jam.
Malaysian netizens went wild and even decided to make memes about the incident. Now, even our very own beloved former Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, took the opportunity to talk about his favourite hobby, bicycling.
He also gave a sly mention about not causing any traffic jams while cycling.
The former Prime Minister’s tweet read,
“I always cycle. Not only during ‘certain times’.”
“Although I’m still ‘young’, I don’t cause traffic congestions whenever I cycle. 😉 “
Hmm…we see what you did there, Dr. M!
Needless to say, his tweet blew up on Twitter, with many Malaysian netizens applauding him for his subtle jab at the Pahang MB.
One thing’s for sure, Dr. M really knows how to win people over on social media!
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