Flying rooftops might harm motorists

A pedestrian bridge in Seberang Prai is beginning to show signs of causing harm to motorists by its mere existence.

Located at Jalan Baru Seberang Prai, half of the bridge’s rooftop is spotted missing, presumably blown away by heavy winds.

The remaining rooftop particles are also seen flailing and swaying through the morning winds, raising caution that they could drop and cause serious harm to the motorists on the road.

The missing rooftops are already affecting the users of the pedestrian bridge, who are now exposed to rain and heavy winds while walking.

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