What is the most useless passport in the world?

Possibly this one:

Who have this passport?

It’s issued to Malaysian citizens who reside in the states of Sarawak and Sabah and Federal Territory of Labuan who need to travel to Brunei but do not have a regular Malaysian passport.

Why is it useless?

This map shows you how useless it is; you can only use it to enter one small country, in green.

Previously, Singapore had a passport which could only be used to enter West Malaysia, introduced 1967, two years after its separation from Malaysia, which was scrapped in 1999.

In order to enter East Malaysia, however, Singapore citizens had to have a full passport, while Malaysians resident in West Malaysia also needed passports.