M'sian Netizen Tricks Man Who 'Chup' Parking Into Walking Away, Quickly Drives Into Spot

A Malaysian netizen has gone viral after she tricked a man who "chup" parking at Tasik Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur.

"Chup" parking is a term used in Malaysia to describe the act of standing in a parking spot to reserve it for your car. It is considered to be inconsiderate and illegal in Malaysia.

In the video, the netizen, who goes by the name ophelia.my, can be seen approaching the man who is standing in the parking spot. She asks him if he is going to park his car there, and he says that he is. She then asks him how long he has been waiting, and he says that he has been walking around the parking lot for a long time.

The woman then tells the man that she is also looking for a parking spot, and that she would be happy to let him go ahead of her if he would just move out of the way. The man agrees, and walks away from the parking spot.

As soon as the man is out of the way, she quickly drives her car into the parking spot. The man is then seen arguing with her, but she ignores him and drives away.

The video has been viewed over 1 million times, and many people have praised the car owner for her quick thinking. However, some people have also expressed concern that the man might take revenge on her car.

She has said that she is worried about her car, but she is also hopeful that the video will raise awareness of the problem of "chup" parking in Malaysia.


Did you know that it is ILLEGAL to "chup" parking in Malaysia?

In Malaysia, under Section 50(3) of the Road Transport Act 1987, those who are caught "chup" parking can be fined up to RM2,000 or imprisoned for up to six months.

If you see someone "chup" parking, you can report them to the police. You can also take a photo or video of the incident and share it on social media.

By raising awareness of the problem of this "chup" parking behaviour, we can help to make our roads a safer and more considerate place for everyone.