On Thursday, five individuals named Nguyen Hoang Thanh, Le Thanh Dat, Ngo Thanh Tinh, Le Thanh Tien, and Vo Duong Bao Hung, who are between the ages of 20 and 21, were apprehended as part of an ongoing inquiry regarding their alleged involvement in "disrupting public order."
After a thorough process of verification and adherence to various procedures, the decision to enforce this action was made after conducting rigorous checks on the videos posted on TikTok for a duration of eight months.
On March 25th, Thanh's group embarked on a journey from the southern region of Binh Duong to reach Vung Tau. Later that evening, they captured thrilling footage of the cars engaged in a race on 2 Thang 9 Street in Vung Tau, which was subsequently shared on various social media platforms.
According to authorities in Vung Tau, the act of uploading and sharing videos depicting illegal activities has had detrimental consequences on security, public order, social safety, and particularly on the younger generation's awareness.
There is an ongoing investigation that is currently taking place.
In recent events, model Ngoc Trinh faced legal consequences as she was apprehended for engaging in disruptive activities on a motorbike and subsequently sharing the videos of her stunts on various social media platforms. This incident occurred last month.