Mat Rempit is a problem that the government has been trying to eradicate for quite some time now. It’s okay if they don’t danger others but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
A police volunteer in Jalan Hashim, Kluang, Johor was injured after getting hit by a mat rempit during the Ops Motosikal (a special task force to watch out for reckless motorcycle riders) on 15 September around 11pm.
Harian Metro reported that the 35-year-old victim has been admitted in Hospital Enche Besar Hajjah Khalsom (HEBHK), Kluang. Acting Kluang District Police Chief, Deputy Superintendent Abdul Razak Abdullah Sani said, the incident occurred during the operation of the Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Division, District Police Headquarters (IPD), Kluang from 10pm to 12am.
The incident happened when the mat rempit decided to make a sudden U-Turn after he panicked looking at the police roadblock. When the motorist attempted to do that, the victim was unable to avoid it causing a collision and both the victim and the perpetrator fell down.
The mat rempit managed to run away but was fortunately managed to be apprehended by the police shortly after. The motorist, Abdul Razak, who is in his 20s, also sustained injuries on the left and right side of his arms.
The perpetrator was brought to the police station for his statement and for further actions to be taken.
This is how one person’s selfish act and reckless behaviour severely affects another person. Selfish behaviour is the very last thing we need as we’re battling a pandemic. We hope the victim makes a full recovery and will be able to resume his duties soon after.
Slow Data? Well, Polls Shows Three In Five M’sians Are Not Getting Their Promised Internet Speed
If you’re stuck somewhere with slow data and a buffering YouTube video, you’ll relate to this survey. The Communications and...
Health D-G: More Infectious D614G Mutation Detected In All 32 Covid-19 Viral Strains
Health Director-General, Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah took to Facebook today (25 September) to announce the latest results of...
Get Your Umbrellas Ready As Malaysia Is Predicted To Go Through Another Monsoon Season
Get your ponchos and umbrellas ready because Malaysia is predicted to go through another monsoon season. It is expected to...
MOH: All Salt Must Be Added With Iodine Before Being Sold Starting 30 September 2020
According to the Ministry of Health, iodine must be added to all salt before being sold in Malaysia starting 30...
Video: Police Are On The Hunt For Driver Who Hit-And-Run Food Delivery Rider
A video that has been circulating around social media of a GrabFood rider involved in a brutal accident after a...
Beauty & Fashion9 hours ago
This Korean Skincare Brand Just Launched An AR Pop-Up Store & M’sians Can Visit It Right From Their Homes!
Social Stories11 hours ago
Have You Heard Of A Face Mask Bracket? Here’s How It Works
Social Stories11 hours ago
Meet Magawa, A Gold Medalist In Detecting Landmines
Social Stories9 hours ago
Syed Saddiq Cycles And Delivers Laptops To Students From B40 Families In Muar