Dashcam videos are all the rage at the moment, with a multitude of videos showcasing how stupid Malaysian drivers can be are uploaded on various social media platforms to the delight of its viewers.
In this dashcam video clip, uploaded on Facebook page Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS witnessed a blue Myvi being recklessly driven taking out an innocent road user in the process.
The video which was taken at 5.58 pm on the 2nd of October 2019, witnessed the blue Myvi driven recklessly, and ramming into the car with the dashcam recorder, and then hitting another vehicle afterwards.
Appearing to be driving well above the speed limit, the blue Myvi caused substantial damage to a Honda Civic and another Myvi in the process.
Seriously, how irresponsible can you be!
It is a good thing that the incident did not cause any severe injury or even worse, lead to the death of anyone in the process.
The video which has garnered more than 5.5k likes drew much flak from those who watched it.
Though no one got hurt in the incident, this should serve as a warning to speed demon wannabes out there to not tempt fate.
REMEMBER, speed kills!
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