A 26-year-old man and his two sisters were dragged out of their car, taken on a terror ride and robbed before they were finally released two hours later.
The three had been driving along Jalan Syed Putra in Kuala Lumpur at about 6.30am on Monday when the car behind them bumped into the back of their vehicle, reported Harian Metro.
The brother, who did not suspect anything, stepped out of his car to check the damage and speak to the two men in the car behind.
The men suddenly pointed a knife at him and forced him to get into their car.
"The suspects covered his head with a shirt and beat him for a few minutes.
"One of the suspects then ordered the two girls to get out of the car. When they refused, he smashed the car windows and dragged them out," said a source.
He said the siblings were then taken on a terror ride, during which they were forced to hand over all their belongings.
"The attackers took their mobile phones, cash and jewellery worth about RM20,000," he said.
The siblings were dropped off by the roadside in Klang, about 40km from where they were abducted.
They later lodged a report at the Tun HS Lee police station.