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Yamaha RXZ Bikers Leave Trash Everywhere After Event, And Netizens Are Furious

Yamaha RXZ Bikers Leave Trash Everywhere After Event, And Netizens Are Furious

Critics said the organiser should prepare more trash bins knowing that it would be big crowd.

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Last Saturday, the Terengganu Motor Circuit at Gong Badak Sports Complex was filled with at least 30,000 bikers.

They were Yamaha RXZ bikers attending a mass gathering after two years of being unable to meet due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri even graced the event, during which he said drag racing circuits should be built in every state to develop motorsports.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri acknowledging the bikers during the event. (Pix: Facebook)

However, the festivities ended with something that angered many as garbage was scattered everywhere in the location.

Based on the photo uploaded on the Bernama Facebook page, it can be seen that the area has become dirty due to the irresponsible attitude at the end of the event.

In fact, to ensure that the area remains clean, many cleaning workers are needed to collect the garbage left behind.

The sharing has invited various criticisms from netizens who are generally angry about the third-class mentality of the end of the event.

However, some think the organizers do not provide enough trash bins to cause this.

Despicable Behaviour

Netizens criticised the bikers as behaving like monkeys.

They said such behaviour reflects poorly on the attitude of the Malays toward the cleanliness of public spaces.

Some said their behaviour is giving Islam a bad name as most participants are Muslim Malays.

Others made sarcastic remarks that the RXZ bikers did not have space to bring back the rubbish on their motorcycle.

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