Soon, my little fishies, soon... as the water ways and oceanic thoroughfares get filled with you lot, we will be there - watching you.
Whether you're barramundi, catfish, or even whale, no one will be exempt from our watchful eyes. Try to swim a little too fast - swish! You're shark food - okay, maybe we'll let you off with a ticket.
Oh yes... Ops Siakap XI (or Eleven, for you Roman Numeral illeterates) will soon be in full force, and although we sharks may be scary, our intentions are noble - we just want to make sure you swim to your destination unharmed. And that means swim slowly.. to a snail's pace if you have to - especially you slimy squids out there.
And this time around, those little tributaries will be watched even closer... and we're making sure you behave this time, 'cause you won't be allowed to swim as fast as you used to anymore. We won't tell you just yet exactly how much you need to slow down
Don't say you haven't been warned. Have a nice and wet day.
This has been a Public Service Announcement from the Waterway Shark Authority of Malaysia...
Walski's linguistic fishy note: Siakap is what Malaysians commonly call the barramundi, or sea bass... just in case you were wondering...