Related Rule
Australia
Practice Relating to Rule 122. Pillage of the Personal Belongings of Persons Deprived of Their Liberty
Australia’s Defence Force Discipline Act (1982), in an article on looting, provides:
A person, being a defence member or a defence civilian, who, in the course of operations against the enemy, or in the course of operations undertaken by the Defence Force for the preservation of law and order or otherwise in aid of the civil authorities –
takes any property from the body of a person … captured in those operations … is guilty of [a punishable] offence. 
Australia, Defence Force Discipline Act, 1982, Section 48(1).
Australia’s Defence Force Discipline Act (1982), as amended to 2007, states:
48 Looting
(1) A person who is a defence member or a defence civilian is guilty of an offence if, in the course of operations against the enemy, or in the course of operations undertaken by the Defence Force for the preservation of law and order or otherwise in aid of the civil authorities, the person:
(a) takes any property that has been left exposed or unprotected; or
(b) takes any property from the body of a person who has been killed or from a person who has been wounded, injured or captured; or
(c) takes any vehicle, equipment or stores captured from or abandoned by the enemy.
Maximum punishment: Imprisonment for 5 years. 
Australia, Defence Force Discipline Act, 1982, as amended to 2007, Division 5A, Subdivision D, § 48(1), p. 56.