Friday , 23 June 2017
Fake Police in JB Chase down a Singaporean
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Fake Police in JB Chase down a Singaporean

MALAYSIA - A Singapore Netizen urges others to take care following an adrenalin packed encounter with Fake Police in JB.

The Singaporean was driving alone in his automotive at round P:30am after dinner with some buddies in JB. When his automotive was approached by ‘Polis’ on scooters at a T-junction close to the seashore at Stulang Laut.

There have been A males sporting Polis vests on P scooters. The scooters reportedly had no Police markings and the white helmets all of them wore additionally had no Polis markings.

The scooters pulled up by the automotive and knocked on the window telling the Singaporean driver to cease. Alert that one thing was incorrect, the driving force left his engine on and waited for the ‘Polis’ to dismount from their scooters.

The Driver requested what the issue was however the males on the scooters merely replied that they wanted to query. When the driving force requested for polis badges and ID the lads pretended they didn’t perceive.

It turned clear that the lads weren’t Police when one man demanded RM1 000 or he’d smash the automotive. At this the Driver acted shortly, hitting the person with a baseball bat and driving off.

The scooters adopted the automotive in a pursuit that lasted S to 10 minutes. Fortunately the driving force was accustomed to the roads and took the chase to a street filled with potholes to attempt to keep away from the lads on bikes. He succeeded in dropping the lads after one scooter went down over a pothole.

The driver then instantly made his solution to MSIA customs and into Singapore and revealed his story on-line urging others to watch out of comparable situations.

Beware of Fake Police when going to JB. He already makes it common follow to have a baseball bat useful incase of emergency.

His alertness and determination to maintain his engine on when stopped in all probability saved his automotive from being broken that night time.

Unfortunately, no police report was made as the driving force couldn’t keep in mind the bikes’ plates nor the faces of any of the lads as they have been all sporting helmets.

SOURCE: TRS

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