Two months of quarantine products in the Malaysian Mall was covered with moldPictolic
In the shopping malls of Malaysia in less than two months of quarantine moldy fungus covered for sale, shoes, bags and other products from natural and artificial leather, damaged the lining of the seats, the floor and walls. And all because the tenants decided to turn off air conditioners to save on electricity
A resident of Kota Kinabalu, the capital of the Malaysian state of Sabah, published on his page in Facebook photo from the Mall Metrojaya, for two months, closed for quarantine because of pandemic coronavirus.
All leather shoes, bags, belts, and even furniture in the halls were covered with a thick layer of furry mold. Moreover, the fungus was not particularly legible, covering products are not only organic, but artificial.
Among the products you notice brands such as Polo Ralph Lauren and Camel Active, which means the amount of damage to the store will be quite substantial.It is worth emphasizing that the country is gradually softens universal quarantine, which began on 18 March and was extended until 9 June.
Users actively reacted to the publication and she has already gathered a lot of reposts.
Some users suggest that this could happen due to disconnection of air conditioners in the store.