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Malaysian motor-sport athlete Leona Chin, 27, playing the part of a nervous driver, lead to some of the instructors to be annoyed at her because of her 'lack of practice'. — Pic credit YouTube maxman.tv
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 27, 2015:
A video featuring a female Malaysian motor-sport athlete pranking driving school instructors by drifting has gone viral.
The 4-minute video uploaded by maxman.tv titled Fast & Furious Nerd Shocks Instructors, featuring 27-year-old Leona Chin, has reached over 3 million hits on YouTube.
“A driving school approached us and thought it would be funny to prank their new instructors on the first day at the job. We agreed..” the description of the video, uploaded on March 25, read.
In the video, Chin is made up to look as a nerdy-looking girl who is sitting for her driver’s test.
The first two-minutes showcases Chin, who plays the part of a nervous driver well, leading some of the instructors to be annoyed at her due to her “lack of practice”.
“Give me one more chance, I try..” Chin says before making the instructors hold on to their seat belts through her amazing drifting skills.
The GRA-Fastest Woman Award recipient’s skills led one of the female instructors to continuously scream, with two other male instructors slamming the car’s door after she “parked inside” of the cones.
“You almost killed me!” one of the instructors yelled before slamming the door.
Clearly, Chin lived up to the video’s description on maxman.tv’s Facebook page which read, “Do not underestimate women”.
The video can be viewed at the link here:
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