2 Malaysian men have been arrested after a 16-second video of them drifting a Subaru BRZ at a petrol station went viral on social media.
The individuals, both aged 34 and 37 years, were detained by police for committing dangerous acts that could’ve caused harm to the public.
It appears that one of the suspects is the owner of the petrol station, who organised a drifting event that evening.
The other suspect, who is his friend, was the driver of the car.
Both individuals have been released on police bail, and are set to be charged in court soon.
It is a blessing that this activity did not turn into a mistake gone horribly wrong, as a minor accident could have set the entire place ablaze.