Twenty cars belonging to Johor Darul Takzim (JDT) football fans were severely wrecked after a trailer truck rammed through them in Malacca last night.
The cars were double-parked near the Hang Tuah Stadium last night, during the Super League match between JDT and PDRM, TV1 reported.
The news channel said the incident happened at about 10pm, when the match was ongoing.
Footage from the scene showed severely damaged cars.
In the footage, half of a Proton Saga car was crushed while the door of a Perodua Myvi appeared to have almost been ripped off and its front bumper ruined.
TV1 reported that the trailer driver was "angry" that he could not pass.
He left the scene after the incident, TV1 reported.
Last month a lorry driver claimed trial for the charge of ramming double-parked vehicles in Penang.
A total 18 cars were damaged in the Penang incident.
Similarly, the driver said he did so because the cars were obstructing traffic.