Netizens Praise Security Guard Who Clamped Traffic Cop's Motorcycle In OKU Parking Spot

"Leadership by example," commented a user.

Cover image via Twitter

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A Twitter post depicting a traffic policeman who got his motorcycle clamped by a security guard for parking in the spot reserved for the disabled (OKU) in Petaling Jaya has gone viral

The viral Tweet contained two images and a video.

One image showed a clamped white Honda ST 1300 motorcycle, and the second image depicted two individuals who looked like police officers talking to the security guard.

In the 57-second video, the security guard is seen unclamping the police officer's motorcycle before the police officer hops onto his bike.

The police officer is also holding a piece of paper, which is believed to be the summons for parking in OKU designated parking spot. 

According to Berita Harian, the incident took place at around 11.30am on Monday, 29 May.

Image via Twitter

Netizens have praised the security guard's integrity for taking action against the police officer

"It's embarrassing when the authorities themselves fail to set a good example. I feel very satisfied watching his motorcycle get clamped," wrote a Twitter user.

One user hopes the security guard gets awarded with a medal for his actions.

Another user praised the security guard for diligently performing his duty.

Image via Twitter

"Leadership by example," commented a user.

Image via Twitter

Meanwhile, Petaling Jaya district police chief ACP Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid confirmed that they have issued a summons to the police officer

According to Free Malaysia Today, Fakhrudin said that police would not compromise with any road users, including enforcement officers, who did not follow the law.

"The police would like to remind and request all road users to follow traffic signs," he added.

Petaling Jaya district police chief ACP Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid.

Image via Utusan Malaysia

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