Last weekend seemed to be an active end of the week for elephants in Malaysia.
First, there were elephants that destroyed fruit stalls by the side of the road in Johor, now, there’s another incident in Perak.
The Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS took to their Facebook page to showcase a video taken from the East-West Highway, near Gerik, Perak, where an elephant went on a rampage and started attacking a car after someone honked their horn.
Gajah mengamuk pijak keretaLima individu bernasib baik apabila berjaya keluar untuk menyelamatkan diri apabila…
Thankfully, all five passengers of the car got out of the incident injury-free.
Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS wrote, “Five lucky individuals managed to escape and save themselves when their vehicle was stomped on by an elephant after another car had honked their horn.”
It turns out that the elephant had been in the middle of the road, obstructing traffic when a car from the back decided to honk their horn. Upon hearing the horn, the elephant was triggered and started stepping on the hood of the car in the front, carrying the five passengers.
As according to Saevus, the best way to ensure your safety around elephants crossing roads is to remain at a distance, turn off your engine, lights and stay in your car so that you don’t scare them. Also, refrain from honking your horn!
Stay tuned for more updates.
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