MALAYSIA: A video capturing a female student lying on the ground after being hit by a foreign national motorcyclist in front of a school in Kulim, Kedah, Malaysia, on 2 January has triggered widespread online outrage.
Originally shared on Facebook and subsequently reposted by the page MALAYSIAMOSTVIRALLL on X (formerly Twitter), the footage gained significant attention, with netizens expressing their anger towards the foreign national involved in the incident.
According to a report by Malaysia’s Majoriti, the man allegedly ignored a security guard’s instructions to stop his motorcycle, who was on duty monitoring traffic in front of the school, resulting in the collision with the female student.
The video depicts the aftermath of the incident, showing the female student on the ground, surrounded by onlookers.
As of now, there have been no updates on the incident, and authorities have not issued any statements.
Some netizens commented, suggesting that incidents like these highlight reasons why foreigners or foreign workers should not be allowed to drive or be provided with vehicles.
They are urging authorities to take immediate action to address concerns related to foreign workers being granted the privilege of driving vehicles.
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