A nude man was spotted walking against the flow of traffic along Jalan Sultan before finally lying down on the road. Passers-by tried to aid him by diverting traffic and covering him with a white sheet.
STOMPers Francis, Shaik and Kai all sent in videos and comments about the man's behaviour in public.
Francis says passers-by tried to render assistance to the man. He wrote:
"A naked man entered a lift on the 15th floor of Keypoint Building at around 6.30pm, then walked on the main road against the flow of traffic outside the textile centre.
"All cars tried to avoid the naked man and eventually he laid himself down on the road.
"Kind souls were trying their best to divert heavy oncoming traffic away from him and at the same time advise the man to stand up and move away from the danger.
"The naked man refused to move and remained motionless lying on the floor until three police cars and one ambulance came to the rescue."
Shaik was at the scene of the incident. He commented:
"I captured a video of a naked man running along Jalan Sultan.
"I work at the area and we were hanging out at the area.
"Suddenly my boss shouted 'naked man!', and we all turned to look at him.
"He was running against the flow of traffic and trying to stop motorists there.
"The police arrived after 10-15 minutes but they had difficulty getting him off the road.
"He was eventually taken away by an ambulance that arrived later."
STOMPer Kai also sent in footage of the incident. He wrote:
"I would like to report a video about a naked man seen on Jalan Sultan today, June 28."