It has been more than 8 years now since the MH370 flight mysteriously disappeared, leaving many wondering what happened that night. Up to date, the plane and its passengers were never found.
Despite the years, the victims remained deep in our hearts and were never been forgotten.
Recently, a TikTok video showing a car completely covered in dust was discovered at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) parking lot went circulating on social media, bringing back the lingering sense of pain among netizens.
In the video, the vehicle’s road tax had expired on 16 June 2015 and it even had the word “MH370” written on the hood of the car, suggesting that it was a tribute to the owner of this vehicle.
This uncommon sighting has led to netizens believing that the car could have belonged to one of the MH370 victims.
Netizens flooded the comment section with their thoughts on the matter. Some even said that this is a common sighting in the KLIA parking lot.
A netizen then shared how a family member refused to claim their vehicle and left it in the parking lot, hoping that their missing family member will return one day.
Meanwhile, some suggested that the vehicle should be kept in a museum as a memorial and remembrance of the incident for future generations. “Title it as “The Never-ending Wait”. People will remember the incident forever,” a netizen said.
However, a netizen became sceptical about the car as the date of the vehicle’s road tax read 16 June 2015, but the tragic accident took place on 8 March 2014.
The video has since been taken down from TikTok, but it was re-uploaded by others. There isn’t any official statement from the management of KLIA regarding the car too.
What do you think about this? Share your thoughts!