Closed road races won’t give a high, says ex-mat rempit

Rounded up: The aggressive crackdown by the police has reduced the number of mat rempit gangs.

MALACCA: A former member of a notorious mat rempit gang in Kuala Terengganu says closed roads will not give the illegal speedsters the same thrill.

Abdul Ramli Jusoh, 24, said the idea will not work and believes they will look for alternative routes to show off their stunts to motorists.

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