TRUE STORY - MY WORKING COLLEGUE Faisal's Friend. Please tell to everyone. Happened on Sunday 22 Jan   This is my sad story, a one really unforgetable moment in my life. Finally its my turn to experience an unfortunate event.

Yesterday, between 10.00 to 10.30am at Elite highway, I have been hijacked.

I made my way home from work place around 9.30, reached Cyberjaya toll around 9.50. I then took an exit to Shah Alam. Just about 50 metres after I took the left lane from the exit, I noticed one Mercedes E Class 240 from right lane behind me, took a closer range towards me. At first, I didn't bother, but then it came really near and I wound down the window on the passenger side, I saw one Malay guy, with a PDRM cap and long sleeve shirt and looked like a traffic police officer, asked me to pull aside. At that time, I was thinking, whether to run or not. If I run, I'm not sure if I'm fast enough to outrun them, or if they are real police, I would get shot, and if they are not real police, if they have gun, sure they can outrun me and put a bullet inside my head, so I stopped.

The Malay guy on the passenger side came down and approached me. I was still inside my car at that moment. That guy asked me to come out. Thinking it was a high profile police officer driving a Merc, so I went out while shutting down the engine. That guy went round my car and mentioned that my car was suspected as a stolen car. I straight away denied it, and that guy asked me to follow him to the police station, so I said OK, but before that I asked him to show me his authority badge and id? And then something bad happened.

The guy suddenly grabbed my hand, tried to handcuff me with his handcuff, and tried to drag me into the Merc. I struggled to get away  and dragged that guy to the opposite side of the road. I managed to free myself but that guy managed to confiscate my car key. I ran as fast as I could to the opposite side of the highway while shouting and waving hands for help, but no one stopped. People might have thought it was a real police officer making an arrest.
After a while, I looked back and saw the second guy, the driver, who was also a Malay. He came out of his car and  drove my car away together with the Merc. After a while, one lorry stopped as the driver saw me waving frantically and took me to the nearest toll booth where I found one patrol car there.  I made a police report immediately and ended up until dawn at the police station.

I lost my car, my notebook, my mobile phone, and nearly my life if I were to be successfully dragged into the car. I may end up like Susilawati.

The case has been classified as high profile crime, because robbing at daylight in public, with no mask on, and possible firearm involved. So guys, beware, my advice is always speed away, dont care about the speedtrap, your life is more important than the ticket that you have to pay.

Identification has been done and one of the suspects seems to be inside database already and was wanted for a similar case. Police failed to detect my car through any highway CCTV after the said event. My car was no where to be found.

No news from the police, and therefore I'm going to submit my insurance claim today

An Advice from Wiseman :
When there is no one you can turned to for help, that's the most serious situation you are in !