All too often, we’ve seen many vehicles that are double-parked or not parked properly according to the designated parking spots.
Worse are those that misuse parking spots assigned for the differently abled (OKU), leaving the latter to struggle without having enough space to disembark from their vehicles.
But what if the individual who misuses the OKU parking spot are law enforcers themselves? Well, they face action too as no one is above the law.
That is the case for this Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) officer, as after parking his police patrol motorcycle at an OKU spot, he got his vehicle clamped by the building’s security worker.
Shared by @nanmanjoi8715 on Twitter, one video and a couple of photos of the incident which took place at undisclosed location have garnered interesting reactions from netizens.
In the post, you can see that the PDRM patrol motorcycle was parked beside a car within the designated OKU spot, blocking entry and exit from the car’s driver’s side.
In one of the photos, the patrol motorcycle can be seen being clamped at its front tyre, while the other photo showed two individuals who look like PDRM officers talking with the security worker.
Meanwhile, the 57-second video showed the security worker removing the clamp from the motorcycle and the police officer holding a piece of paper, believed to be a compound for parking at the OKU spot.
You can watch the video here:
Many netizens replied to the tweet with their thoughts on the incident, a majority of which praised the security worker’s boldness to take action against a police vehicle.
One commenter said that the security worker deserved an award for his action while another just called the man ‘steady’. Besides that, there are also those that urge for action to be taken against the PDRM officer for setting a bad example.
So, what do you guys think? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.