A video has been going viral depicting a transgender hitting it up on the streets of Bukit Bintang.
She could be seen running, crawling and even epically running on top of a moving car before jumping down from it! Passersby who spotted her were either shocked or amused at the intense yet crazy sight!
The incident happened about 11.15am today at the intersection near Berjaya Times Square.
The man who recorded the video very apparently was excited at the sight. However, he was later surprised and said, “Eh, that’s a female?” To which his friend quickly chimed in, “A transgender lah. She has a “package” down there.”
Netizens speculated that the lady must be under the influence of drugs, or suffering from a mental illness. It was also said that she’s likely Filipino.
According to China Press, the transgender was later arrested by the authorities and was taken in for further investigation. Dang Wangi district police deputy chief Supt Rudy Abdullah also confirmed that this case indeed did happen and that she’s likely acting like that due to mental issues.
She was taken to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for treatment.
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