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Potholes - an accepted part of life

KINILENS | Potholes have been in the news lately ever since Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin was riding a racing bicycle and hit a pothole.

This was followed by an apology from the Public Works Department (JKR) which patched up the potholes within a day.

Ketari assemblyperson Young Syefura Othman then got in on the act when she  offered to tumble over damaged roads in a bid to expedite repairs.

But for ordinary Malaysians, these potholes really are just another part of life we have to accept. 

The folks in Selayang Baru drive by dozens every day.

- Photos by NURUL NATASHA AZHAR

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