This driver must have been very tired.
A very peculiar incident happened on the morning of 14 September in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.
At about 5am on the same day, a man was heading back home when he dozed off behind the wheel. As he slept off for a moment, his Audi fell into a nearby river and the shock of it woke him up. He did not go to the police station straight away but instead went home to sleep, reported Oriental Daily.
At 7.50am, a worker at a nearby restaurant was informed of the incident by a female customer, feeling curious, he went to check on the car and called the Fire and Rescue Department. The personnel reached the place of the incident shortly after and couldn’t find the driver.
They then received information on where the Audi owner resides at and went to his house. They managed to find him at his house and he said that he was really sleepy at the time of the incident so he wanted to sleep first and he thought he will report the incident later after sleeping.
This man certainly does love his sleep! He is very lucky to still escape without harm.
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