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Malaysian football fans are filthy?

Malaysian football fans are filthy?

Just recently the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil was packed for the FA Cup finals match between Perak and Kedah, with the latter taking the trophy over a 1-0 victory to the thunderous roars of some 80,000 fans.

But sadly enough, looks like some football fanatics totally missed the goal when it comes to manners and public cleanliness.

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In a posting made on Twitter, user Kar Jun shares images claimed to be the filthy aftermath of the football finals match which took place over the weekend.

In it, he shares several images showing post-apocalyptic esque surroundings of the National Stadium which appeared to be littered by garbage.

(Image Credit: Twitter)
(Image Credit: Twitter)

In his tweet, Kar Jun questions the selfishness of some Malaysians and their disrespect towards the environment.

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Kar Jun also directly tagged and mentioned Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq onto his posting, stressing the importance of the scene.

Netizens quick to sniff out the viral posting were also critical of the issue confessing their disappointment over the major stink that some irresponsible citizens had continually brought upon the nation since such a scene would occur at almost every event and happening in the country.


“First world facilities, third-world mentality. Every time there’s a football match or event, the same thing happens. Garbage gets tossed everywhere… These people are shameless idiots.”

via Twitter

“The ‘it’s the janitor’s job’ mentality. Why take care of things when there’s someone paid to do it… Environmental cleanliness is everyone’s duty…”

via Twitter

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“That’s Malaysians for you. Busy condemning the government when their own minds are less than zero… Everyone wants to be treated like a king…”

via Twitter

“The government must enforce stricter laws. Impose a RM300 fine for littering. Simple as that. If someone disobeys, that’s their problem… Follow in Singapore’s example… A cleaner country makes for better tourism. Wake up Malaysia!”

via Twitter

The Tweet which came out on July 27 had since received over 9,000 retweets and some 4,000 likes.

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(A previous version of this article wrongly stated Khairy Jamaluddin as the current Sports Minister. The error is regretted.)

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