Beware of newspapers lying on the road !!!
If you are driving in Malaysia , do take note of the advice below........
Please forward this email to your friends.. Avoid driving over newspapers strewn on the road. It would appear that this technique has arrived in Malaysia from Indonesia. Life here is getting more like in Indonesia these days. This story which was circulated to me reminds me of the traps set in certain
parts of Jakarta by robbers..
Some people have lost their lives over this. They drive into certain lonely roads in Jakarta to find pieces of wood with nails in them on the road. This causes their tyres to go flat. If they get out of their cars, they are set upon by robbers who will take everything they can....cars, wallets, anything valuable and sometimes their lives.
Avoid driving over newspapers strewn on the Road a new trap set by Robbers. This incident happened some where in KL and forwarded to me by a friend..
This person was driving alone at night when he saw newspapers lying around in the middle of the road. Without giving it much thought, he drove pass the stack of papers. No one would expect to find heaps of rocks and stones beneath the papers!! Wanting to know the damage to his car, he stopped to check. The moment he got out of his car, he was robbed by a group of guys and lost his properties/belongings. Just imagine what would have happen if this had happen to a lady/woman....
So folks, please be careful, do not stop when you're driving alone at night no matter what happens!! Avoid driving over the papers if you see newspapers lying on the road, this could be a new trick for the
desperate fraternity out there...........!!
Thursday, April 28, 2011
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