Ramadan bazaars are a crowd puller during the Puasa month, as sellers begin selling goods as early as 3pm for Malaysians from all walks of life to buy for iftar or dinner.
However, in recent times, sellers have become a tad bit irresponsible when it comes to the goods they sell. Sure, not every seller is the same, but those who do, tend to leave a bad taste towards other bazaar sellers out there.
Taking to twitter, here are several examples of how bad food quality can get.
Sharing the image of a burnt murtabak, this netizen writes: “You disguise this burnt murtabak by stacking it with other, non-burnt ones.”
Other netizens responded by sharing their images of damaged bazaar food items they bought.
“This was bought at Tapak Urban. The chicken was smelly. I came back to the stall, but they already left. I will come and get you tomorrow. I can’t believe as sellers, you still sell food items that are damaged.”
Wait, there’s more!
“This is a reminder to Cyberjaya Ramadan bazaar sellers. We bought this from you, when we came home the chicken is already smelly and damaged.”
Come on guys, you can do better, right?
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