You know the way generally you’re in want of assist, and a random stranger simply turns up like a hero and provides you a hand?
Properly, this man, who needs to stay nameless, has taken to Fb to point out appreciation for a great Samaritan, a ComfortDelGro taxi driver with a coronary heart of gold who helped him out when he was in a troublesome spot.
The person shares how on Monday (11 Mar), his closely pregnant spouse was having a nasty day and was very upset after a “unhealthy dinner”.
Being a considerate husband, he shortly slipped out of the home in order that he may purchase his spouse her favorite dish to cheer her up. He shortly flagged down a cab, however as he acquired in, he realised that he had forgotten his pockets.
He quickly informed the taxi driver, a kind looking uncle, about his gaffe. To his surprise, the taxi driver was okay with it. After sending him to his destination, the man also realised that he would have to borrow some money for the food as well.
The man sheepishly asked the taxi driver to loan him SGD5 (approx. RM15). The taxi driver was hesitant at first, saying it was “too much” and he also doubted the man’s story.
But after the man pleaded a bit and explained his situation with his pregnant wife, the uncle gave him the money. The man also left his phone in the car as collateral.
After quickly getting the food, he went back to the car and the taxi driver sent him home, where he quickly paid the taxi driver in full.
Showing his gratitude, the man also gave the driver a well-deserved tip. “He deserves a compliment for his great service and understanding my situation,” the man concluded.
In the end, thanks to the kind taxi driver, the man made it home and managed to cheer his wife up. Mission accomplished!
Here’s his post.
What a lovely story! It’s so inspiring how kindness can come from the most unexpected places. What are some unexpected acts of kindness you guys have received? Share your stories with us in the comments!
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