Victims of human trafficking complained that they were forced to take methamphetamine (syabu) and to shaft cotton wools into their private part to provide sexual service for 6 to 7 clients daily during their menstrual periods.
“Can you imagine such inhuman act and they have to do various kind of sexual positions and all that? When they were talking to me about it, I really nauseated. I can not believe it.” said a clearly disgusted Keyworth.
Anne Keyworth, 65, is the founder of Bukit Harapan and had helped many victims of human trafficking and drug mules in Sabah.
Video by Marcel Chong, Citizen Journalist, Borneo Chapter