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Imagine coming back to your parked car and seeing a written note saying they hit your car and RM100 placed on your windscreen as compensation. But, it turns out that the damage done obviously costs way more than RM100.

That’s allegedly what a Malaysian woman had to endure.

The Penang Kini Facebook page recently shared a video of the incident, in which a woman had returned to her parked car only to find it severely damaged from an accident that occurred when she was away. A written note along with 2 RM50s were left on her windscreen.

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Penang Kini wrote, “Luckily they left a note and money amounting to RM100.”

 

In the video, the woman showed the note, which read “Sorry sister, I hit your car”, alongside RM100 placed under her windscreen wiper.

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Upon inspecting the car, she found that the right side of the car’s body was severely damaged. That RM100 isn’t even going to begin to cover it.

 

People find the situation suspicious.

Though some believe the woman had gotten into an accident and decided to use the situation as content by placing the note and the money herself. One person even pointed out that the ‘perpetrator’ used the word “sister” in their note, implying that they know the car owner is female.

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“How did they know that it’s a woman’s car? Nice content.”

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“The damage looks like she had hit something. Content to garner a little bit of likes.”

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“She caused the accident, she wrote the note then she did the video. Who would put that much money, up to RM100, under the windscreen wiper like that.”

 

You can be the judge by checking out the video here.

What do you think? Did she really get screwed over or did she do it for the sake of content? Do feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.

 

Also read: M’sian Man Mocked for Telling Eatery Staff That He “Drove a Mercedes There to Change His Wrong Order”

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