A boy who played eyeballs hiding in a shipping container in Bangladesh has reached another country.
It is said that the aforementioned boy was hiding in a container during the game in the coastal city and port of Bangladesh, Chittagong, while the container was loaded onto the ship, but the boy was lucky to be locked in the container for six days. Still survived.
When the container was unloaded from a Bangladeshi ship at the port of Klang in the Southeast Asian nation of Malaysia on January 17, Malaysian crews were shocked to find the boy in one of the many locked containers.
The boy did not speak the local language, which led authorities to suspect that he was a victim of human trafficking. On which they called the police.
It was later learned that the boy hid in the container while playing hide and seek with his friends near the Chittagong port, but he got locked inside and reached Malaysia after being locked up for six days.
In photos and videos taken by port workers as he was pulled out, the boy appeared extremely weak and emaciated and distraught in a strange environment.
He was later identified only as Faheem. The boy told Malaysian authorities that he fell asleep in the container during the game, woke up screaming and crying in fear and distress, but no one came to his aid and spent the next six days locked in the container and 2,000 miles away. Delivered to Malaysia.