Most Malaysians have learned that they cannot park their cars at parking spots reserved for the disabled, thanks to the countless viral photos and criticisms shared online.
However, once in a while, there will be isolated cases of inconsiderate acts which serve as reminders to all of us to be more aware of where we park our cars.
But it’s especially disturbing when policemen — the supposed pinnacle of civic consciousness — commit these acts themselves.
Yesterday (20 July), a Twitter user by the name of Noraishad shared a photo of a motorbike, a mini tent, and safety cones belonging to the PDRM obstructing an accessible parking space which prevented a lady from parking these.
Out of the many replies to the viral tweet, the most notable one was by PDRM themselves who requested for further details so that they could make sure such incidents involving their officers don’t occur again.
Read the full thread here:
— Noraishah Mydin Abd Aziz (@AbdMydin) July 20, 2019
Let’s take this incident as a reminder to ourselves that no matter what position we have or who we are, we need to be mindful and considerate of the less fortunate. We must take care of them.
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