Videos showing a group of teenagers in Kuala Lumpur causing a ruckus in the middle of the night have gone viral
Netizen Syazwan took to Twitter to share a few videos of the group of teenagers causing a scene in his area and urged the public to spread them further.
According to NST Online, the incident took place in Jalan Anggerik, Kuala Lumpur on 14 August.
In one of the videos, the teenagers were sitting at the side of the road when one of them used a slingshot to shoot at a passing vehicle in which a loud smack could be heard
In the netizen's tweet, the caption read, "Beware of nasty kids these days. They don't seem to have anything better to do. Please make this thread viral as the incident took place around my residential area in Anggerik, Kuala Lumpur."
Syazwan's tweet has since received over 134,000 views and 7,200 retweets.
That was not the only thing the group of teenagers did
In a different video, one of them could be seen walking around in a pair of sunglasses while he damaged properties and could be heard swearing.
"I'm getting frustrated just by watching this video. He's so young but he seems good at asking for money," the caption read.
They were also seen lying in the middle of the road laughing and snickering despite noticing a car driving towards them
The person recording the above video could be heard urging the group to move away from the road when they noticed the car.
"He's in the middle. Someone is coming! It's a car," the person could be heard saying while the rest just continued laughing.
Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) has since responded to the netizen's tweet
In the tweet, PDRM urged the public with any information regarding the incident to assist them in their investigation.
According to Cheras police chief Mohamed Mokhsein Mohamed Zon, police have not received any reports on the incident.
"However, we will deploy more patrol teams to check the location. Members of the public who have information on the matter are urged to contact Cheras Police Headquarters' Operation Rooms at 03-9284 5050 or 03-9284 5051 for further action," he said as reported by NST Online.