Strictly speaking, it’s not anyone’s job to remind you when you violate the rules at any place. As adults, we should be well aware of the obvious rules that some places have, for instance, the self-explanatory women’s coach for public transport.
It’s forgivable if you overlook the women’s coach sign but not when you happily violate the privacy of the intended passengers. While not everyone has the strength to keep reminding the public about the designated women’s coach, an Abang Foodpanda recently took his time to remind all men onboard the women’s coach to leave the place, as shown via a TikTok post shared by @jai.samud.
The clip was taken during non-peak hours, which explained why the train coaches were not entirely occupied. A group of men were seen walking out of the women’s coach with the Abang Foodpanda leading them from the back.
He even politely pointed the women’s coach signage to the men. His patience is truly admirable because we have to admit, not everyone has the patience to give a reminder about women’s coach in a calm manner but this Abang Foodpanda “defied the odds!”
“This side is for women,” he told the men while pointing at the pink signage on the ground.
Speaking to WORLD OF BUZZ, Jai, who was from Sabah said that he took the MRT from somewhere in Damansara and he was headed to Bukit Bintang for an event.
“The Foodpanda guy really cared about the rules,” Jai said.
Abang Foodpanda as the “guardian angel” of women’s coach!
Not all heroes wear capes, some wear Foodpanda T-shirts. The man’s heroic act has received major praise from netizens, particularly ladies. Some even suggested Abang Foodpanda be given a job by the organisation to look after women’s coach.
“We represent the ladies and thank Abang Foodpanda.”
“All trains should’ve come with an auxiliary police for the sake of the passengers’ safety.”
“Good job Abang Panda! I wish the auxiliary police was there.”
You can watch Abang Foodpanda in action below.
The “invasion” of women’s coaches has to stop. Regardless of where you are, it’s best to ALWAYS follow the rules set by the management of the place to avoid unnecessary conflicts.