Our beloved Defence Minister is known for his humbleness, but after what had happened yesterday, Mohamad Sabu proved himself to be a badass too!
Mat Sabu shared a few pictures of himself in a fighter jet.
The Sukhoi Su30-MKM (M52-14) fighter jet even had “Abg Mat” painted on the side of the cockpit.
This was his first ever fighter jet flight, but judging from the pictures shared, he seemed to be very comfortable strapped in the fighter jet seat, even smiling, while listening attentively to the pre-flight briefing.
“Well done YB, for you first jet fighter flight with the Royal Malaysian Air Force’e jet this evening,” tweeted the Royal Malaysian Air Force.
Just like any of the pilots that will go on the fighter jet, Abg Mat had to go through a medical check up before being given to green light to fly. Awww! Look at him!
Some netizens praised him for his bravery while others were amazed by his ability to withstand the g-force. They also stated that this should be the image of a Minister of Defence instead of the ones who only show up for events with food and adding to his popular meme, “He attac, he protec, he is Maverec.”
At the end of the day, we have one question to ask. Who wore it better?
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