Human trafficking victims: Forced to shaft cotton wool

Victims of human trafficking complained that they were forced to take methamphetamine (syabu) and to shaft cotton wool into their private parts to provide sexual service for six to seven clients daily during their menstrual periods.

When relating the inhumane torture victims of human traficking go through, Anne Keyworth said that most of the experiences were  simply unimaginable.

Keyworth, 65, is the founder of the Bukit Harapan shelter and has helped many victims of human trafficking and drug mules in Sabah.

Video by Marcel Chong, Citizen Journalist, Borneo Chapter