Every active sport has risks. From futsal to jogging, these activities are healthy, but you have to know your limit before pushing yourself. This also goes for cycling, an activity that has grown in popularity recently.
Recently, a picture of a man who passed away has gone viral recently. The man was found in his cycling gear, leaning lifeless against a barrier in front of a factory in Kulim. Passers-by found him, and from the picture, the police were quick to be at the scene.
The Facebook page that shared the picture, Penang Kini, also mentioned that there is no identification found on him and his cause of death is still a mystery as they were no signs of injuries.
Here is the post:
Kematian mengejut semasa berbasikal di depan kilang air product Kulim pagi tadi. Mangsa Dipercayai berbangsa cina. Tiada pengenalan diri dijumpai.
Upon inspecting the comment section of the post, it has been discovered that the deceased’s name is David Sim and he was very active in cycling. For everyone who likes to stay active through challenging activities like cycling, running marathons or hiking, please don’t do it alone and always be aware of your limits. Stay safe ya?
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