There’s always something creepy about abandoned objects. You’d see in horror and mystery movies where the owner suddenly went missing. No one would notice that their house or something of their possession had been left behind until it starts collecting dust or begins to rot.
Imagine going to LaLaport BBCC everyday or maybe a few times in the same month and you’d see the same motorcycle at the same spot collecting dust over time.. What happened? Here’s the story:
A photo of a dusty Foodpanda bike was posted yesterday (25th April) on the Facebook Group, Niaga Kini. The photo was captioned, “Is there a mystery behind this abandoned motorcycle? Did the owner enter but never left the building?.” The original photo along with the caption was originally posted on a private GrabFood Malaysia Facebook group.
The creepy photo has gained 2.5k likes, over 400 comments and 249 shares on Niaga Kini. The post also mentioned that the Foodpanda bike is rumoured to had been abandoned for possibly a month yet no one has claimed it. The caption for the photo asked if anyone knows the owner as there had been no information on what might have happened to them.
Netizens started to speculate and shared their thoughts in the comments section on what might have happened to the supposed Foodpanda rider. Some even shared their own supernatural experiences at the premises.
After the post gained some attention, one Facebook user came forward with an answer to everyone’s questions. User Apiz Mazuke posted on his Facebook page claiming that he knows exactly what happened to the owner of the abandoned Foodpanda bike.
According to Apiz, the owner apparently got into some trouble with the law. He explained that the supposed Foodpanda rider was arrested by the police after getting caught being under the influence of Methamphetamine and for causing a scene at Mitsui LaLaport. He apparently was also on the PDRM’s wanted list.
That wraps up the mysterious case of the abandoned Foodpanda bike at LaLaport. Or least one part of it because now with the new information, we don’t know for sure if the Foodpanda bike actually belongs to the arrested owner or if it was stolen. No further information on what happened to the bike afterwards. Guess that’s another mystery for another day.
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