A video went viral on social media after a man was caught riding a Ducati Hypermotard on public roads without wearing a helmet.
- According to Rule 4, Motorcycle (Helmet) Rules 1973, motorcyclists who do not wear a helmet while riding can be charged a maximum compound of up to RM300.
- The man in the video was seen testing a Ducati Hypermotard.
The 11-second video also caught the attention of the Traffic Enforcement and Investigation Department (JSPT), which is now on the lookout for the individual in the viral video.
According to a Facebook post on Wednesday, the police ask the motorcyclist to come to a nearby police station to assist with the investigation.
Members of the public who has any knowledge of the incident are also advised to contact the nearby police station immediately.
Riding a motorcycle on a public road without a helmet is an offence according to Rule 4, Motorcycle (Helmet) Rules 1973 and can be charged a maximum compound of up to RM300.