Voters young and old have been spotted at polling stations across the country, but this particular senior citizen stood out from the rest
In the photo, the elderly voter is seen seated in a wheelbarrow as the polling clerks are checking her details.
A Twitter user posted the photo today afternoon with the caption, "This breaks my heart".
While it is unclear as to which polling station the image was taken at, it surely proves that Malaysians today are determined to exercise their right to vote!
On that note, here are more heartwarming images of elderly Malaysians casting their votes today
I've been in line for over three hours because I'm in the most populated constituency in the country. But a high turnout is good. To keep my mind off my legs going numb, I'm going to look at this photo of my grandma going out to vote #GE14 pic.twitter.com/zhE54O9p7z— Nauwar Shukri (@nauwarshukri) May 9, 2018
Along with the images, some have also reminded fellow Malaysians that there's no excuse for not casting their votes as even elderly citizens are stepping out of the house and bracing the heat to fulfill their duty towards the country
If my grandma at 85 y/o can come out and vote.... so apa alasan kau?— WZ (@WanZaheedahM) May 9, 2018
Shame on those people who purposely don’t want to participate in this #GE14.
My grandma, a woman in her 70s, voted today. She usually stays home cause she can't walk easily but she headed out determined to make her country a better place this morning.— Susheena (@MondayCRoyalty) May 9, 2018
If my grandma can do it, so can you.#GE14
Overheard at my polling station this morning: my grandma is 95 this year. She just voted.— Pooi Koon, Chong (@ChongPooiKoon) May 9, 2018
Another aunty #voter said: ya, those young ones really have no excuse not to come. Don’t complain if you give up your rights. #GE14 #MalaysiaDecide #Malaysia pic.twitter.com/GRdk427I9m
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