Man With S’pore Licence Plate Pumping RON95 Claims He’s M’sian, Gets Told Foreign Cars Can’t Buy

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RON95 Petrol Only For Malaysian Vehicles, Woman Tells Man With Singapore Licence Plate

RON95 petrol in Malaysia is heavily subsidised by the government. But owners of foreign-registered cars are not allowed to pump such petrol — even if they’re Malaysians.

Regardless, it seems some of them are still trying their luck.

On Saturday (25 Mar), a man with a Singapore-registered vehicle was seen pumping RON95 petrol into his car.

When a woman told him he was not entitled to do so, he said, “Even if I’m Malaysian?”

Man with Singapore licence plate vehicle tries pumping RON95 petrol

According to SG Road Vigilante, the scene took place at a Shell petrol kiosk on Saturday.

A woman filming the encounter goes up to a man standing next to a petrol station. Apparently, he’s filling up his Singapore-registered Honda Odyssey car with RON95 petrol.

“Cannot,” she says to him. The man turns to her and replies, “Even though I’m Malaysian?&rdqu...

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