Being courteous is very important, especially to another person. We should treat everyone with respect regardless of their status, race or gender. Unlike this man who lashed out against a female staff at a petrol station for no concrete reason.
What happened, you ask?
Well, recently a female Shell staff, Puteri Nordiana, was punched when she asked a customer to pay a deposit of RM50 if he wants to pour a full tank at Jalan Semenyih, according to The Reporter. Bruh, she was only doing her job!
The man, who was driving a Hyundai, first started to accuse her of being rude and that he had been watching her for some time.
“I just kept quiet then, suddenly, the man punched me in the right side of my face that caused my jaw to swell,” said Puteri. Ouch!
Following the incident, Muka Media reported that Puteri did what any sane person would do – she lodged a police report.
Besides that, she had also gone to doctor to get her jaw checked. So far, her condition isn’t that serious. Thank goodness!
Not only that, on her Facebook post, she hoped that the police report she made will serve a reminder for people like the man.
“I hope that such people will be taught a lesson by the police so they learn how to respect people. Don’t think that just because you’re rich, you can do as you please,” she wrote.
Well, let’s hope the ruthless man learns his lesson and for the girl to get better soon.
P.S. Remember, to respect and be courteous to one another!
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