Yesterday my dear finally received her Bsc. Degree from APIIT, although she is brilliant enough in her career without the Degree. 🙂
The convo ceremony was held in Grand Ballroom of Renaissance hotel KL, quite lots of graduates and guests at there (at least 1000 i guess). Met some old mates, had an expensive lunch, and a messy buffet there as well :p However the ceremony was completed greatly (although a bit boring)
Congratulations my dear, might this achievement will bring you few steps forward in your career 😉
Sad but true… Sad to those good policemen (if there is any), sad to be Malaysian, sad on the government, sad… sad… sad…
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Yesterday when I went to meet my dear in Ampang, I was turned in from MRR2 into the main road heading to Dagang, suddenly a motor jus turned out from the right junction and cross in front of me, i was able to break my my car and gave the motor a long horn. However the motorist lost his balance due to panic and fall down. I stopped my car aside and saw the passenger of the motor took his helmet and seems like want to hit my car with his helmet but he didn’t do that. Those were 2 drunken Indian men, old father and son. There was a kancil stopped behind of me and then 3 Indian men get down from the car. They approached and asked about the situation. The 2 motorists were still yelling around and asked RM50 from me for compensation.
I was explained to those Indian guys, I was came straight and the motor just drove out fast from the right junction without stopped and observed both sides, not possible for me to pay him compensation. Those guys also agree with me, and told the motorists it’s their fault. The motorists saw I am not paying the compensation and yelled to make police report, those Indian guys also adviced me to make police report. So after picking up my dear, we just went to Ampang traffic police station to make police report.
When I reached there, the drunken motorists already told the police their own version of story at the police station gate. Then the policeman asked me into office and asked about my story. I’ve just told them the real story, and the policeman said that the motorists claimed that I hit them. So I brought the policeman and showed him my car which has no scratch at all. The policemen knew that it was the Indian motorists’ fault too, and created false story, and asked them to leave the police station, else will charge them for drunken driving. However the old Indian still insist to make police report at second day and then left the police station.
I was glad that Rachel recommended me to make police report, if not the policemen might believe to the drunken old man and send me a summon. And Rachel told me that one of her friends also met this kind of situation, her friend paid for the compensation, but still receiving a summon and called to court. Because the motorist accepted the compensation but still went to make police report and charged her friend to the court.
So beware my friends, if you think you are right, just go and make a police report, waste little time on making police report better than waste more time in the court.