How 2 Malaysian sexagenarians have been fast friends for close to six decades

Biker buddies and close friends Borhanuddin (right) and Syed Ahmad Nazri have taken many road trips together. Photo: The Star/Kamarul Ariffin

Retiree Datuk Borhanuddin Osman and his friend, businessman Syed Ahmad Nazri Syed Kamarulzaman, look tanned after their recent beach holiday in Penang.

Over coffee and nasi lemak at Borhanuddin’s home in Kuala Lumpur, the sexagenarians engage in playful banter as they share photos of their trip with each other via WhatsApp.

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