While driving, one is expected to face a great number of road hazards, whether it be potholes (inevitably with almost every Malaysian highway) or sometimes debris from a passing storm. While some road hazards may be just coincidences, we can’t say the same for unscrupulous individuals who leave all kinds of sharp objects littered on public roads in hopes of causing punctures to passing cars.
Just recently, netizen Khanafi Mohd shared on the Johor Bahru Traffic, Crime & Community Service Report that he had found an alarmingly large collection of incredibly sharp nails left scattered on the side of Jalan Skudai-Tampoi.
While the intention of leaving these nails can be left to speculation, it is more likely than not that they were left behind to puncture the tyres of passing motorists who may not be aware of them. But asides from nails, he also found signs of oil puddles left on the tarmac.
According to Mr Knahafi, he had already saw two cars spin out while on the same stretch of road. A separate Facebook page has reported that a police report has been lodged over the matter, and that investigations are underway.
To all road users out there, please do make sure that you pay attention while on the road to avoid any mishaps from happening!
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