Man goes viral after putting up ‘special’ durian for sale for RM500, finds an unexpected buyer

The 'special' durian that landed on Wan Mahussin's car. — WAN MAHUSSIN WAN ZAIN

PETALING JAYA: A man in Shah Alam, Selangor, has gone viral after uploading a video in which he jokingly offered a durian for sale for RM500, claiming that it was special because the fruit never hit the ground.

Instead, the durian landed a devastating blow when it fell on his car and smashed the rear windshield.

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