網民Fadzil Khairi在網上分享他的親身經歷： 我正在趕往SriPetaling去上一堂課的路上。突然從後面冒出幾個騎著超大型摩托的交警，並示意所有的車讓路給尾隨而來的「超級大人物」座駕。
Fadzil Khairi的「奇遇」在網路瘋傳，網民都一邊倒的贊和支持！ 有不少網民也說以後都要「效仿「FadzilKhairi那樣做！
'Do Malaysians have to make way for VIP motorcades?' KUALALUMPUR: Do you really have to give way when a VIP motorcade iscoming through?
This was the subject being hotly debated by Malaysians todayafter a road user, whose posting about him not giving way to aVIP』s convoy, went viral on social media. Legal expert DatukJahaberdeen Mohamad Yunos opines that there is no such law statingthat motorist are obliged to give way when VIPs pass by on theroad.
However, he said the situation has to be examined on acase by case basis. 「We have to look at the situation in order foraction to be taken.
If the VIP concerned is going for an official meeting and thestationary motorist is preventing him from conducting his job, thenyes, he (the motorist) can be forcibly asked to move」
he said. 「But if the VIP is using the road in his personalcapacity, then the motorist is not obliged to move and give way tohim,」 said Jahabardeen. The lawyer』s comment followed a Facebookposting by user Fadzil Khairi, who related an incident thatoccurred while he was on his way to Sri Petalingrecently.
In his posting, Fadzil had claimed that while on the road,several police outriders were instructing motorists to give way toa car which was ferrying a VVIP. Fadzil said he had refused to giveway, and that his action was emulated by the car infront.
He had 「congratulated」 Malaysians for fighting for their rights.He had also stressed that he wasn』t angry with the police for doingtheir jobs,
but was only asking ministers to 「practice what theypreach」, as in to leave earlier to avoid traffic congestions anduse non-tolled roads. Asked on whether any action would be takenagainst the motorist over his posting,
KL traffic chief Asst Comm Mohd Nadzri Hussain declined comment.He said he would have to verify the situation first beforecommenting on the issue.