fbpx
Connect with us

Social Stories

PDRM: Stop Sharing Old Videos of Other Basikal Lajak Incidents To Avoid Confusion

Published

Collage 20 1
Source: Facebook | JSPT KL & Focus Malaysia

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

The nation was shocked by Johor Bahru High Court’s verdict on Sam Ke Ting recently and since then, many have shown support and urged her to file an appeal. 

Following the verdict and the cry for an appeal, old videos of basikal lajak from several years back have also resurfaced online on various social media. 1 of the videos has also gained the attention of the police and yesterday (14 April), PDRM released a statement via the Royal Malaysian Police Facebook page and revealed that the video was recorded back in 2016. 

278403044 502119798036030 2209918396681170690 N

According to the statement, the incident took place in Jalan Sultan Ismail, KL and the police believed the video is being recirculated again by irresponsible parties. 

“We urge the public to stop sharing old pictures and videos that may create confusion and cause anger,” the head of the Investigation & Traffic Enforcement said.

278544959 502119701369373 7265937669091747408 N

It’s to show how dangerous they are!

After the release of the statement, netizens expressed their takes on the matter and most of them said the videos are shared to create awareness.

Screenshot 2022 04 15 123220

“The video was shared again to show how crazy the teenagers can be and how irresponsible their parents are. It’s nothing new. If Ke Ting did not hit them back then, somebody else still would. They’re not the kings of the roads.”

Screenshot 2022 04 15 123234

Screenshot 2022 04 15 123402

Screenshot 2022 04 15 123453

“Old videos, but have the basikal lajak gangs gone extinct? The objective of resharing old videos is to show the danger and in the meantime, a call for authorities to take action. Come to my place. Not only the lajak gangs but also mat rempit and underage motorcyclists on the road.”

Do you think people should stop sharing old videos & images of basikal lajak? Or is it wise to make them an awareness among the people?

 

Also read: Basikal Lajak: Parents of Deceased Teens Find Relief in Court’s Judgment & Glad Justice is Served

Collage 17 1

Source: Facebook

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.



Just In

Collage 35 Collage 35
News8 hours ago

Study: Kuala Lumpur is the 7th Hottest City in Southeast Asia

With recent news predicting an upcoming heatwave, it’s certainly got us feeling a certain kind of way. The scorching weather...

Collage 34 Collage 34
News11 hours ago

“It should at least be RM2.1k” – UNICEF Says RM1.5k Salary is Not Enough for Struggling Malaysians

As the cost of living continues to rise, expenses like housing, food, transportation, and healthcare get tougher. But with the...

My Post 3 2024 05 08T154702.283 My Post 3 2024 05 08T154702.283
News1 day ago

Ceiling Leak Causes Full On Waterfall at Wangsa Maju JPJ, Operations Still Up & Running

It’s no secret that those who have to run errands at government offices tend to have to wait around to...

Feat Image Thai Msia Feat Image Thai Msia
News1 day ago

Kedah MB: Not Many Thai Tourists Visit Malaysia Because Thais are Not Proficient in English or BM

It’s no secret that Thailand is one of the most popular travel destinations for Malaysians, with tourists from our country...

Collage 32 Collage 32
News1 day ago

M’sian Gets Lost in Oil Palm Plantation for 6 Hours as He had No GPS, Found in Weak & Trembling State

We usually depend a lot on map apps to find our way around. Whether we’re trying to find the fastest...

Collage 8 Collage 8
News1 day ago

Study: Maybank Ranks in 3rd Place as the Biggest Company in Each Southeast Asian Country

Maybank Group, also known as Malayan Banking Berhad, is Malaysia’s top dog in financial services and banking. Offering everything from...

Collage 21 1 Collage 21 1
News1 day ago

“RM10K to live comfortably” – Cuepacs Hopes Prices of Goods Won’t Rise Following Civil Servants’ Salary Increments

It was a good week for civil servants, and it will be a good month for them when their increments,...

Collage 20 Collage 20
News1 day ago

“Robbed, acid-splashed, hammered” – 3 M’sian Footballers from Different FCs Assaulted on Different Nights

It’s terrifying to realise that people we don’t even know might harbor ill intentions toward us. In 1 week, 3...

Announcement

Latest Videos



TRENDING TODAY