Turning a blind eye
It’s a dirty job, but someone’s got to do it. Waste disposal workers are under-appreciated in their never-ending job of cleaning up after us.
Lonely litter: Beside a busy highway, a lonely bag of trash sits forlornly. Many Malaysians tend to adopt the ‘out of sight, out of mind’ mentality when it comes to trash – as long as it’s not in their homes or cars, they just don’t care what happens to it.
First-world infrastructure, third-world mentality: The majestic Petronas Twin Towers juxtaposed with the ugly side of Malaysians – littering.
Unheeded: What’s the use of a warning sign if no one heeds it?
Caught in the act: Noticing the driver throwing rubbish out of his car, Suchen and Renshaw followed this van, waiting to catch the culprit on film.