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Malaysians can be downright disgusting. As the country’s economy advances and society become more affluent, courtesy, noble values, and ethics seem to take a back seat.

A prime example of this ‘Malaysian’ attitude was seen at the Jom Makan Durian Program: Makan Sampai Pengsan (Lets Eat Durians Program: Eat ’till You Drop) held in Batu Kurau, Perak.

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Boasted over 4-tonnes of Durian, the event drew a crowd as early as 7 am. But horrific tales of Malaysians and their mannerisms are always bound to materialise when you have mobs as big as 10,000.

One netizen took to Twitter to share the horror that the Kampong folk living there witnessed during the event.

He writes:

“I want to share a story about Malaysians’ attitudes. It is said that my kampong has the best durian in the country and that they would have annual durian eating events to celebrate a good harvest.

In the first year, everything went smoothly because it did not go viral, and the kampong folk could enjoy themselves savouring the fruits of their labour. The same could not be said this year when Malaysians who tend to go crazy for free things began to pop up.

When rumours spread that 4 tonnes of durian was being prepared for the event, the kampong was overrun by droves of people.

Durian Fest Reveals The Ugly Reality Of How Malaysians Are When It Comes To Free Stuff - WORLD OF BUZZ

Source: Twitter

We never minded the crowd as they were our guests, but they were out of control. They wouldn’t queue because they were afraid of the durians finishing!

Littering was also an issue with these monkeys Malaysians as polystyrene plates were discarded despite having a multitude of trash cans prepared for the event.”

Another issue that irked locals was the fact that attendees brought plastic bags to tapao without even caring about leaving some for others.

What’s worse, the attendees cursed at the villagers and demanded VIP treatment. They also bullied the villagers on the roads while clogging them at the same time.

At the end of the thread, the netizen hailed the unsung heroes of the event — the kampong folk who had to put up with the disgusting attitudes of some Malaysians.

Unsung Heroes of the Durian Festival

Source: Twitter

He continues:

“Many think that we should never have an event like this ever again, but the kampong folk enjoy feeding the masses.

If only everyone practiced courtesy by queuing up, saying the magic word from time to time, and ultimately respecting one another.”

It is astounding that even after all that, the Kampong folk are still looking forward to organising another durian eating event in the future!

Where have we gone wrong? How is it possible that as Malaysians we boast of our wonderful hospitality but fail to display common courtesy to our own?

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