Desperate victims turn to looting supermarkets


Unsung heroes: Members of the Armed Forces carrying the relief items to be distributed to the flood victims.

PETALING JAYA: In the face of adversity, some people showed their ugly side out of desperation but Malaysians are proving to be courageous and compassionate.

An IT engineer, who wanted to be known only as Jack, told The Star that victims affected by the floods were desperate due to a shortage of food and clean water.

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