A WOMAN passenger travelling on an express bus from Grik, Perak, to Terengganu left her underwear stuffed between the seats, leaving the driver to surmise that she must have been “very busy” during the journey, reported Sinar Harian.
The irate driver, who refused to be named, took to social media to chastise her conduct.
He claimed he had felt anxious throughout the journey and that “the mystery was finally solved when I found the ‘treasure’ on my bus”.
“I was concentrating on the road to ensure the passengers’ safety, but she took the opportunity to start her ‘business’ at the back and left her underwear behind.”
The driver said he was not trying to insult her but if anything had happened during the journey, he would have been blamed.
> Malaysian football legend Datuk Namat Abdullah was partially paralysed and wheelchair-bound after suffering a stroke two years ago, Harian Metro reported.
Namat, 71, said he was getting better and was undergoing physiotherapy.
He added, however, that he had lost his appetite since being admitted to Hospital Sultan Abdul Halim and had to be drip-fed.
Despite his hardship, he advised young footballers not to play just for money.
“I was paid an allowance of RM10 when I played for Penang and RM30 for representing the country, and this was only if we won.
“But I still did my best for the sake of the country,” he said.
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