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Disguised motorcyclists

For once, I actually learnt that disguise may be something that get us tangled in the web when we are not alert of things. As my friend drove her car to a space which is not a parking lot but rather behind another car, two people wearing jackets on a motorcycle stopped by.

Well, I thought that he was just going to find fault because they might not be able to “park” (or leave) their motorcycle. And so they said:

Them: Boleh letak kereta di sini kah? (Are you allowed to leave your car here?)

Friend: Tak block mah, boleh lah.

Them: Tak block kah?

Then, they got down from the motorcycle and took off their jackets! They were policemen! Talk about stye... I was like -____-lll After that, all the cars started to take off (the ones that of course not parking in the parking lot. It was funny though. They didn’t give her any parking tickets but there were a lot of cars which did.

Oh well, we were all surprised after that and couldn’t afford to take chances if you know what I mean.

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  1. Shine said...

    Haha, that's pretty awesome.

    Unfortunately, you can't see these kind of cool stuff here in the states, cause they have insane amounts of parking space here, so no one needs to double park.

    Except of course, in New York.
    But even then, people generally follow the law pretty well.

    300USD VS RM300, take your pick =P  

  2. Henry Yew said...

    For all you know, this might be the situation if you had answered as follows:

    Them: Boleh park kah?

    Friend: Oh, sorry, I think tak bolehkah?

    Them: Yalah, ini salah oh. Macam mana ah?

    Friend: RM20 cukupkah?

    Them: Oh, cukup. Cukup! Terima kasih banyak. Gong Xi Fa Cai!

    Seriously, you'll never know. No offence to the police. But this could happen.  

  3. Shine said...

    HAHAHA, it WOULD happen XD

    My roommate told me that over here, only girls can bribe the cops, by flashing themselves.  

  4. Lilacreveries said...

    hahahah, yess... that sooo could happen. as for me, i don't think i'd have the guts to do sthg like that. :P would you?  

  5. Henry Yew said...

    Flashing themselves, huh? That's interesting. Haha... And yeah, only girls would be able to do that. What have guys got to flash, unless the cop is gay?

    But I wouldn't think of giving them any bribe even though they would issue me a summons for RM300, or USD$300, for that matter. I'd rather that it goes to the government than the cop's pockets.  

  6. Shine said...

    What makes you so sure it's not going into someone else's pocket =P  

  7. huiwen7 said...

    The police are definitely becoming more and more creative. From ways to 'settle' to THIS, haha!

    And Henry, guys can flash their legs. Or their feet after a long day in socks and shoes. Sure pengsan wan the cops!  

  8. Henry Yew said...

    [Shine]: At least I won't see whose pockets it will go to, even if it does.

    [huiwen7]: Good idea! But what if they don't faint?  

  9. huiwen7 said...

    You just got to have the right assets, Henry, even if you're a guy. =) Well, there's always the 'settle' tactics one could use... I bet you know a few, haha!  

  10. Shine said...

    I BET my man tits will have a more significant effect than Henry's legs.  

  11. huiwen7 said...

    Let's just hope the policeman is not gay...  

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  13. Cheap Pharmacy Online said...

    Oh well Australia, we were all surprised after that and couldn’t afford to take chances...  


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