An SUV closely resembled a Toyota Fortuner is recorded on video driving against traffic flow in Bintulu downtown.

The 16 seconds video was uploaded by Francis Ngu Hown Hua show the SUV heading in the opposite direction of the traffic flow along Jalan Abang Galau.

This probably the first case of a vehicle recorded on video driven against traffic flow in the town center. We don’t know why the SUV was driven in such dangerous manner.

In an identical case in Penang, a part-time model Ng Pei Ven, 19, is being charged at the Bukit Mertajam magistrate’s court on Friday under the Act for driving under the influence of drugs and causing the death or injury to any persons.

Ng allegedly drove against traffic flow on the North-South Expressway and caused a six-vehicle chain collision at the 134th kilometre of the three-lane expressway, which led to the death of Mohamad Fandi Rosli, 26, at 7.50am on March 14.

The offence carries a maximum jail sentence of 10 years and RM20,000 fine upon conviction.

Ng could also have her driving licence suspended for a minimum of five years.

On March 17, she was charged under Section 15 (1) (a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 which carries a maximum of two years’ jail sentence and RM5,000 fine upon conviction.