Facebook use DV’s Arthur Lim, posted onto his Facebook page showing an eerie video that was captured on his CCTV outside his home in Kuala Lumpur.
In the CCTV footage, his slippers could be seen moving by themselves outside his front door, with the slipper on the left suddenly turning clockwise.
Everything else remained perfectly still, save for that one slipper moving by itself – the other footwear that were outside didn’t move at all.
Shortly after the initial movement, the slippers then moved again, albeit being less noticeable this time.
- throw some rice outside your corridor …see got foot print or not next day…
- Go temple pray pray first….
- Just your friendly invisible neighbour helping you put your shoes together
- From my perspective, it’s easily explained with physics. The slippers were curved, meaning it’s contact area is very limited. By the way how it turns, and by the weather lately, that turning movement appears to be consistent with corridor drafts. The other slipper moved based on the same principle and stopped until it has achieved maximum resistance or contact point.
confirm wind, i have similar slippers and due to the shape and lightness wind easily can swivel the slippers
- To all those saying simi “wind” la “physics” la, then how come only one side of the slipper moving by itself? So physics and wind only applies to one of the slipper only? You all blind or wat