A classic headline from the Jakarta Post.
From their latest news section, this headline, a metaphor mess - More foreign aid pours flood victims.
The complete article makes more sense however:
More foreign countries have expressed their commitments to help flood victims in the capital and its surrounding, whose houses and properties have been inundated since last Friday.
The Dutch government said it is sending US$1.3 million to Indonesia to help bring relief to millions of people hit by deadly flooding in the capital, Jakarta.
Overseas Development Aid Minister Agnes van Ardenne said half the money would be used to buy food, medicine, clothes and blankets for victims. The other half would buy rubber boats to ferry them around the inundated city. "As good friends, it goes without saying that we would help Indonesia now that 75 percent of Jakarta is underwater", Van Ardenne was quoted by AP news agency as saying.
Meanwhile, the European Union said Tuesday it would give US$777,300 to help flood victims in Jakarta.
The U.S. Australia, and Japan have previously also expressed their commitments to help flood victims.