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Toyota Harrier Double-Parked Without Leaving Contacts, Window Gets Smashed to Release Brake - WORLD OF BUZZ
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It’s 2018 and yet, people are still double-parking without leaving their phone numbers behind. *Sigh*

Just last night (1 October), yet another video involving a double-parked car went viral on Facebook and the window was smashed by the car owner who kena blocked. This incident reportedly happened in Lintas Square, Sabah.

Source: Facebook

Source: Facebook

Based on the two-minute video, a silver Toyota Harrier can be seen parked right in front of a Toyota Landcruiser and a middle-aged man, presumably the Landcruiser driver, was hammering the Harrier’s window using a tool.

After several hits, the window was smashed into pieces and members of the public helped release the handbrake. The car alarm went off when they tried to manually unlock the door but the Harrier driver was nowhere to be seen.

They then gently pushed the Harrier a few metres ahead and the Landcruiser driver drove off immediately. Eh did they put the handbrake back on though? 

Anyway, here’s the video.

After this video started circulating on social media, a majority of netizens applauded the man’s action for smashing the window to release the handbrake.

“He’s considered a gentleman already because he only smashed the window and not other parts of the car. Others might’ve even smashed the windscreen!” a netizen said. 

“Well, smashing the window is still better than banging the car. At least the driver (Harrier) only needs to repair the window and not the whole body,” another Facebook user commented. 

The PDRM has been alerted of this video and they’re in the midst of authenticating it. If the incident is proven to have taken place, the case would be investigated under Section 427 of the Penal Code for causing damage or Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation. Yikes!

We hate to sound like a broken record but please leave your phone numbers if you absolutely have to double-park. Don’t be selfish, okay!

 

Also read: Double-Parked Car Gets Rammed by Angry M’sian Driver After He Honked for 30 Mins

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