"Aunty Aunty 开门！开门！救救我！救我！"一个半赤裸的中国籍女子惊慌的拍打着我堂姐的邻居的门，惊动了整个六楼的住客。
我想，如果我开门的话，接下来的日子我应该不敢回家，或不敢出门吧？ 这一刻，我觉得自己很可悲。而现在我可以做的，就只能希望这女子早登极乐，更希望我永远没有机会遇上这个"开不开门" 的恐怖的抉择。。。
"Aunty Aunty open the door! Help me, help me please!" a half naked Chinese lady knocked at my cousin's neighbor's door, screamed for help in horror, alerting the whole 6th floor's residents.
The old Aunty don't dare to open the door, neither do the son dare to call the police, afraid that the "bad guy" will disturb his mum while he was away.
The Chinese lady was being dragged back the unit.
Next day, she tried escape again and ended up outside another unit's window that own by a couple.
Don't dare to let her in as well. But this time, they reported police.
But also, the Chinese lady choose to jump off from 6th floor, to end her nightmare.
Because, the police choose to hand her back to the man she was trying to escape from, ignoring her fear & horror reactions, shivering & trembling when she saw the man, ignoring that this is pretty obvious another case of human trafficking.
The man was being released the same day, and shifted out the same night.
A tragic that seems doesn't belong's to this 20th century is once again active & alive back in Malaysia. It took me some time to accept this.
Mummy felt bad when she heard the 2nd part of the story (as we only know she cried for help but we didn't know the next day she committed suicide), and I was wondering - do I dare to open the door IF the Chinese lady was knocking on my door??
Seriously I don't know. And if I were to open the door, I guess the following days I would either hide inside the house, or don't dare to go back.
At this particular moment, I felt very pathetic for myself, and I wish this lady move on to her next life without bumping into all this horrible persons anymore.
And I pray I will never come across this horrible situation where I have to decide wether I shall open the door or not...