'Where's the joke?' Malaysians infuriated by women mocking people with disabilities in TikTok video

PHOTO: Screengrab from TikTok/J0ker896

Two women are facing the wrath of Malaysians online after a video of them mimicking people with disabilities at a public restroom went viral. 

The video was posted by TikTok user J0ker896 on Wednesday (Dec 8). It has garnered over 368,000 views and 4,000 comments.

The nine-second clip had two women, decked in their biking attire, gleefully impersonating people with disabilities as they 'limped' in and out of a handicap toilet. 


Their in-video caption has the abbreviation OKU which refers to orang kurang upaya (people with disabilities).

It seemed like the women were implying that the handicap toilet was for them instead — as the first person pronoun in Malay, aku, and OKU sound similar. 

Netizens blasted the women for their insensitive behaviour. 

"May your actions become a reality."
Screengrab from TikTok/J0ker896

Other TikTok users were waiting for the punchline, completely not amused.

Screengrab from TikTok/J0ker896
Screengrab from TikTok/J0ker896

On December 9, a disabled person responded to the viral video by uploading her own TikTok video.


She addressed the two women politely and said: "If God suddenly gave you or your grandkids disabilities, then you’ll know how it feels.

I just want to remind you to not make fun of God's creation.”

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