An Oldham food truck is donating all profits it earns over several days to help people who have been affected by severe flooding in Bangladesh.

Str-eat Kitchen is donating all the profits it makes between Monday and Thursday this week to the Bangladesh Flood Appeal by coming together with the Spectra Foundation.

Bangladesh has suffered heavy rainfall which has triggered the flooding in recent days, with millions of people forced to flee their homes and dozens dead.

Many of those involved in operating the food truck are Bengali and have family in the worst-hit areas.

Abubakr Siddique, who works with the food truck, explained the decision to donate the money to those in need.

He said: "That is our motherland, the area which is affected is not far from the areas we have family members.

"We've not had any deaths in our families but we've seen a lot of families affected, it's been horrendous to watch."

The food truck is based at Grand Venue Car Park, outside Anchor Business Park, next to Featherstall Road.

Abubakr said the owner, Shebz Rahman, would try to show his face and help out at the food truck this week as he deals with an illness in the family.

The truck's opening hours are between 5pm and 11pm, with burgers and kebabs being the main items on the menu.

Those who wish to donate to the Bangladesh Flood Appeal can do so by calling 07459 390282.