During the movement control order (MCO) period, we’ve seen countless stories of generous Malaysians who have been kind to their food riders by ordering food and asking them to keep it for themselves and their families. But seldom do we see food riders treating their customers with free food!
Christopher Wu, a Malaysian, shared his encounter with a Food Panda rider who just wanted to do something nice for Raya. In a Facebook post on 23 May, he shared that his girlfriend had ordered from Food Panda, but the rider did not have any spare change.
So the rider called Chris to ask him for his bank account number so that Chris could pay for the food. However, the rider did not get back to him.
Chris then texted the rider about the payment, but the rider refused to accept any payment and said that he wants to ‘belanja’ Chris instead and to ‘celebrate Raya with happiness’.
“I texted him just a while ago. He said don’t want. He belanja. I insisted to pay him,” Chris wrote in his post.
“He still didn’t want. I begged him as I said he works hard and he should not do this and pls do this for me.”
“He responded with… ‘Pls do this for me also. It’s Raya’.”
Here’s the WhatsApp conversation:
Chris then said that he felt a mixture of ‘slight irritation and amazement’ and said that he deserves recognition for what he did.
“😑 Bless you brother. I’m feeling a mixture of slight irritation and amazement at the brightness of your soul,” he wrote.
“You deserve recognition. Give this man a salute. I don’t care if I make this kind soul popular. 😆 Sweet revenge.”
WORLD OF BUZZ reached out to Christopher and he shared that he will be meeting up with the Food Panda rider for coffee some time next week! Here’s to new friendships!
You can check out the original post here:
Attention kawan MELAYU!!! Anyone know this wonderful man???Here is the story. He is a Food Panda rider. He delivered…
What a kind soul! This rider surely deserves all the good things in life for his generosity. Way to go, abang food panda! And thank you Christopher for spreading positivity.
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