Water is a sensitive subject these days among people living in the Klang Valley following water cuts that have lasted several days.
As those affected by the water cuts bit down on their lips and carried on life the best they could, a certain Datin Seri shared her version of the ‘hardship’ she had to go through during the water cut.
Taking to Instagram she showed how hard her life became as water tanks and taking a bath in her own swimming pool became part of the hardships she had to go through with the unscheduled water cuts that took place.
“There I was thinking that I did not have to cook today, aiming to take this kids out for a meal. Lo and behold, the water arrived.”
How convenient. Things however did not stop there as the Datin Seri took to her Instagram story to share how her family bathed during the water cut.
With the caption, “When there is no water…”, netizens were clearly unimpressed.
“I assume that this house has a lot of people suffering from kidney disease, heart problems and cancer for the tanker to arrive.”
Another Tweeted a heart wrenching image of people lining up in the hot sun carrying barrels just to get water.
“This is what’s happening in Puncak Alam people.”
Another tweeted, “How lucky it must be to be her.”
In times of hardship, shouldn’t we be more mindful with what we post on social media? Share with us your thoughts on this in the comments section below.
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