Even Selangor police chief Khalid Abu Bakar is not immune to crime, who found today that his official car was stolen.
According to the Star, the top cop who is currently overseas has confirmed that his car was missing.
Khalid's driver had driven the car to a restaurant in Section 9, Shah Alam, this morning to have his breakfast.
The Perdana V6, which was parked near the restaurant, was found missing half-an-hour later at about 8.30am.
The driver had since lodged a police report. Khalid said that his driver was questioned by the police over the matter.
In an immediate reaction, Selangor assembly speaker and DAP Sungai Pinang state representative Teng Chang Khim has described the theft as “the greatest disgrace of the year”.
“When the CPO's (chief police officer) official car can be stolen, whose cars are safe in Selangor?” he asked in his tweet.
“After the theft of the CPO's official car, can the CPO now confidently say that crimes in Selangor are under control?”