WATCH: Cockroach swarm fights for survival as typhoon Hato hit Macau | Inquirer Technology

WATCH: Cockroach swarm fights for survival as typhoon Hato hit Macau

/ 01:38 PM August 27, 2017

A large band of cockroaches were oddly seen along a Macau sea wall when typhoon Hato hit the area.

The insects appeared to be attempting to flee to dry ground as waves crashed against the sea wall.

The video is certainly not for the faint-of-heart, considering the reputation that cockroaches have. On the other hand, the footage has been widely shared around various platforms like YouTube and Facebook. One FB post by a Chinese page has already garnered 500,000 views.


Image: Facebook/100Most

In another report, it was stated that Macau had been severely flooded. Cars were submerged and people were seen swimming in the streets. Several casualties were also reported due to injuries from debris and collapsing structures.


Since typhoon Hato passed, rescue work has been carried out, along with cleanup operations. JB


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