The key word in the person’s question is the word “Wrong”.
No matter where you are in the world, if someone skips the queue in a supermarket checkout, someone will feel compelled to complain.
No matter where you are in the world, if a child falls in a river, onlookers will feel compelled to save the child.
No matter where you are in the world, the viewpoint of stealing, murder, violence, child abuse and several other models of behaviour are considered wrong. What drives this human nudging towards the good and avoidance of the bad? Attempts at an explanation of This Laws of Human Nature have been shallow and unconvincing at best from an evolutionary and sociological basis.
So where does it come from? Romans 2: 15 shows that God has embedded it in the heart of man,
However, this nudging towards the good can be overridden, but at what cost?