KULAI (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - A 90-second video clip of a Perodua Myvi going against traffic flow near the Kulai rest stop of the North-South Expressway has gone viral.
In the video recorded by another road user and uploaded on Thursday morning (June 1), the car is seen going against the flow of traffic on the north-bound side of the highway in the Malaysian state of Johor.
Toll highway operator PLUS Malaysia (PLUS) confirmed the incident in a statement.
Its chief operating officer Mohammad Fuad Khusairi said the incident occurred at around 8.15am Thursday.
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He said the PLUS traffic monitoring centre was notified of the incident by a motorist.
"A PLUS Ronda team was sent to the scene but upon arrival at the location, the Myvi had already left the scene," he said.
"We will continue to collaborate with other authorities such as the police, Road Transport Department (JPJ) and others in preventing such incidents from recurring," he said.
He urged highway users to contact its toll-free PLUSLine at 1800 88 0000 of any unusual activity that could endanger other road users.