Police to the rescue

  • Letters
  • Thursday, 04 Jul 2013

On June 29, seven ladies, including myself, were returning from Klang after a badminton match when we had a flat tyre.

As none of us knew how to change a tyre, we decided to seek assistance from other road users.

A kind off-duty policeman came to our aid.

He even phoned two of his friends to assist him.

It appeared that our tyre had been deliberately slashed.

We didn’t stop when a lorry driver pointed to us that our tyre was flat.

Instead, we drove straight on until we reached the toll booth.

According to the policeman if we had stopped, we could have been robbed.

I would like to thank the police officer who identified himself as “Zul” from the Bukit Rajah police station and his friends for their kindness.


Kuala Lumpur

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