Video of Boys Performing 'Superman Stunt' on Moving Car Goes Viral in Malaysia, Driver Arrested

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Video of two boys doing stunts on a moving car in Johor Bahru is going viral on social media. The clips show two guys holding on the top of a speeding car, like 'Superman' on a busy road in Taman Scientex in Pasir Gudang, Malaysia. Looking at the video it seems the video was captured by someone driving their own vehicle behind them on the street. As the video was shared widely on social media, it was dubbed as 'Superman stunt' and garnered a lot of criticisms from internet users. People cited the risk involved and how it may have resulted in a fateful accident. Viral TikTok Video of Man Doing Stunt on ‘Delhi Police’ Vehicle Is Making Internet Furious!

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As the video went viral, one of the social media users filed a complaint. Seri Alam OCPD Supt Ismail Dollah confirmed that a social media users filed a report on the video by the Komunity Taman Scientex Facebook page. Seri Alam OCPD Supt Ismail Dollah was quoted as saying, "The action of the children and driver is dangerous to themselves and other road users. Not only that, but the car is also seen to be speeding through a red light at the intersection." Ludhiana: Boys Perform Dangerous Stunt as Train Passes By, Jump Off Into Canal Beside Railway Track; Watch Video.

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According to The Star, they have launched an investigation to identify the car owner or the person who was driving during the incident. Supt Ismail said that the case is being investigated under Section 336 of the Penal Code for endangering the lives of others. Police officials have urged those with information to contact the state police hotline at 07-2212999 or lodge a report at the nearest police station. In Malaysia, the number of road accidents nationwide increased from 533,875 in 2017 to 548,598 cases in 2018.