The police have arrested two men and looking for four who allegedly stopped traffic to assist a convoy of motorcycle to pass.

According to a report in Motoqar, the men acted as marshals for a high power motorcycle convoy. A video showing some men controlling traffic at Sua Betong, Port Dickson went viral, prompting action by the police.

During the incident, the traffic light was clearly red but the marshal allowed the convoy to pass anyway.

Not any Tom, Dick and Harry can control the traffic

In case you're wondering why the police are unhappy, it is illegal for those who have not been given the power to control traffic to do so.

The police also seized two superbikes and helmets as well as the clothes and shoes the suspects were wearing during the incident.

One of the suspects worked as an assistant in a legal firm while the other was a factory supervisor. Both the suspects are in their 20s.

The case is being investigated under Section 21 of the Police Act and Section 79(2) of the Road Transport Act 1987.

If sound guilty under Section 21 of the Police Act, offenders can be fined up to RM200 or up to three months' imprisonment, or both, upon conviction.

Those convicted under Section 79(2) of the Road Transport Act can be fined up to RM300.