Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Boosting?

Yeah...

I just love Malaysia...

My girlfriend got into some car trouble yesterday by locking her keys inside the car. The tricky thing was, she always brings both sets of keys with her just in case situations like this happened, and to our horror, at that particular time, she had both keys locked inside her car; one still stuck in the ignition on stand-by, and the other was in her bag.

Well, people make mistakes. So I don't blame her. She was tired and all that, just after work.

So, what could the boyfriend do under such circumstances?

I tried to do what any sensible man would do and try what they did in the movies.

So up I went to my office, where she came to find me, and got myself a stainless steel ruler and tried to jack open the door. Mind you, it was the longest one you could find in the market. Yes, you said it right, a 1 meter stainless steel ruler.

And since this incident happened in Malaysia, I didn't have to meet any trouble at all while I was shoving that piece of metal up and down aside her window. And since it was my first time trying this stunt, I was there, trying to figure out where the latch is and I tried for about 5 - 10 minutes before I felt I hit something. I tried two doors even. Then after I found the spot, it just clicked open effortlessly! You should try it out. It's that easy. Now if you'd ask me, I'd do it in less than 30 seconds I guess. So yeah. It's THAT easy to unlock a car from the outside. Even a noob like me can figure it out by flicking the steel ruler around.

So, now I don't know if I should marvel at the ease of the whole stunt, or should I marvel at how come I was doing all that, for about 10 minutes, under a brightly lit, road side parking, beside a busy main road, opposite a 3-storey diner, and no one came and confronted me? Nor has the police contacted me nor my girlfriend yet over the possible loss of our car to car jackers? The only attention we garnered was 2 passer-by girls, who stopped their car to look at what I was trying to do, but they made no notion of it.

And I should be proud to add that Malaysia is such a free country; so free that I can freely use a steel ruler to unlock my car without getting into any form of trouble whatsoever.

So... Welcome to Malaysia beb.

7 Comments:

Blogger garrylin said...

Oh my Goodness... so the myth that people has been talking about is actually real... Gee... all Malaysian Cars should get extra lock inside the car other than the normal keys... and should they get a better alarm... Sheesh... It's horrible...

Yeah.. we're so free to do anything even if you steal people's car, it's okay.. hahaha... As long as you are not 'hurting' anyone... you're free to do anything... i dun suppose picking people's car lock is 'hurting' anyone... kekeke...

October 11, 2007 12:52 am  
Blogger theGodlyLawyer said...

err... I keep on having this problem lately: forgot to lock my car without knowing why. May be I accidentally pressed the button and unlocked it. But as far as I know, my small little blue is doing fine... because I locked the extra lock inside my car. hahaha...

well, with your size and a girl stand besides you, of course no one will question anything wa.

Police will only start doing 'some' work after a car is alleged to be stolen and when a police report is lodged. otherwise, why do they need to bother? hahahaha...

October 11, 2007 9:53 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Garry: Just drive a cheap car... leave the door open also, no one will take...

TGL: We all know what the 'better than scotland yard' police force are capable of. I am actually more appalled that no one from the society came and at least confront me... Tells us where we are as a nation, a people, and as members of a community...

SaD.jc

October 11, 2007 6:59 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

amazing story..!!

TiMLiM

October 12, 2007 1:53 am  
Blogger garrylin said...

Well, Malaysian Being Malaysian Will steal anything. EVEN a CHEAP CAR! Look at my BIKE! Darn those dirty Scum Bags! Trust me, as long as something that is functionable... They'll take it! ANYTHING! Even rubbish!

October 17, 2007 11:30 pm  
Blogger Christina said...

Malaysia Boleh!!! . . . . in doing stupid stuff. -_-''

October 28, 2007 6:02 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

des.. can borrow da car for me to try out?? seems fun though.. useful skill to know.. haha...

vic

November 08, 2007 10:53 am  

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