Mat Rempit told to perform prayers after being caught riding recklessly by Jasin police

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  • Friday, 01 Jan 2021

JASIN: A group of Mat Rempit caught riding recklessly ended up performing early morning prayers at a surau here on New Year's Day.

Jasin OCPD Deputy Supt Mispani Hamdan led 32 of them to a surau after they were held during an operation on New Year’s Eve.

He said the operation was held at several locations in Jasin town.

"Six of these Mat Rempit were riding their motorcycles without brakes," he said on Friday (Jan 1).

DSP Mispani said he led the morning prayers before giving all 32 some advice on riding motorcycles in a precarious manner.

He said three individuals were later arrested for drug-related offences.

“One of them was high on the police wanted list for drug abuse," he said.

DSP Mispani added 16 motorcycles were also confiscated during the operation.

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