Motorists urged to stop common practice of littering on the go


(Left) Keeping a bag inside a car is simple solution that can be used to deal with rubbish.

YOUTH and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman’s recent act of cleaning up after a football game in Bukit Jalil Stadium earlier this month has sparked a discussion among the people about civic mindedness.

People interviewed by StarMetro say it is common to see drivers, passengers and even pedestrians throwing rubbish onto the streets in Malaysia.

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