All Malaysian drivers know how horrible people can be on the roads when they’re trying to get from one destination to the next. Sometimes we even come back to our cars to find new ‘marks’ on them that weren’t there before!
However, this unidentified Malaysian citizen showed us that not all drivers are incapable of being courteous on the road. Recently, a Facebook user posted his encounter with an honest road citizen on Highlight Kuching‘s Facebook group when he found his front bumper scratched.
The car owner was shocked to find a note stating an apology and RM100 clipped to his windshield wiper from the citizen who accidentally left the scratch on his vehicle.
The note said:
“I’m sorry I scratched your car. This is all the money I have on me right now. Sorry it isn’t enough.”
While we aren’t sure whether RM100 is enough to cover for the damage incurred on the owner’s car, the car owner said that he was more moved by the act of sincerity than the amount that was given to him.
He wanted to post about his experience online so the alleged ‘scratcher’ will see that he has accepted the apology and wishes nothing but the best for him.
“Bless these honest people. Hope that Allah will return the expression of kindness.”
May we all be so lucky to meet such honest drivers on the road.
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