Taking place at the Sibu night market in Sarawak, a group of concerned Sarawakians circled a drug addict who has been using a kid to help her get money to purchase drugs.
Mobbed by an angry group of people, the whole scene was caught on video.
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Shared by Facebook page Kuching.Indah, its status writes, “A kid was caught begging for a drug addict and the hard-earned money he received was taken away for the benefit of the drug addict.”
The kid witnessed to be wearing a red t-shirt was clearly the victim of the drug addict, who is seen jabbering away in Iban, trying to weasel her way out of the situation.
Clearly perturbed with the situation, concerned visitors to the night market piled on the hurt of the drug addict.
The barrage did not end there, as netizens commented on the video, bringing on their own brand of justice.
Clearly, netizens commended the group of people for a job well done in stopping this apparent criminal act.
The status adds, “The child was then brought to the Sibu Police Station to locate his parents.”
As Malaysians, surely we’ve had our fair share of seeing kids being exploited by adults for their own personal gain. Let’s put a stop to this and do our part by calling them out and bringing them to the authorities for further action.
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