Bekonang village in Sukoharjo, Indonesia, is home to many distilleries that are using traditional methods to make Cui, an form of alcohol usually sold to pharmacies and hospitals but is now being sold illegally, with people using it to make 'Oplosan' - a cheap path to alcohol oblivion, known to cause blindness, hospitalisation and even death.

Made from methanol, ethanol, water and fruit extract, the popularity of Oplosan has increased dramatically in Indonesia, with at least 26 Oplosan-related deaths being recorded in early February, after people bought it from vendors for a price as low as RP 15,000 (77p, $1.1) making it much cheaper than other branded alcohol.