… even if the helmet is on backwards and not properly tied to the head.
… holding a gallon-sized water bottle…. holding the helmet he or she is supposed to wear…. calling on the phone…. SMS-ing on the phone…. holding a cigarette…. holding a bag of groceries…. holding a baby (!)… carrying a long plank of wood…. waving those flashlight-cum-lightsaber thingys usually used for directing traffic.
The police are cracking down on public transports, or angkot, that do not drop off their passengers properly at the routes’ terminals. They are also encouraging citizens to report any public transports that do not do this.Um, Mr Officer, can we also report when those angkots crash into our vehicles and run away? Will you be enforcing obedience of traffic laws? That seems to be a more pertinent problem.
Kenapa sih?Kalau motor nyalip – dari kiri maupun kanan – harus langsung motong jalan mobil yang disalipnya?