It’s always a lovely feeling when Malaysians spread kindness and help each other out.
A fellow Malaysian came to the rescue of a food delivery guy, Muhammad Fakharuddin Shahudin, when he was stranded in the middle of the road because his motorcycle broke down, reported mStar.
To make matters worse, Muhammad Fakharuddin was on delivery duty at that time and he was looking for a way to continue with his delivery.
He shared a video on his social media which showed another motorcyclist helping to push his motorcycle that broke down.
Muhammad Fakharuddin also added that his motorcycle broke down in the morning when he was on his way to pick up a customer’s order from a restaurant in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur.
He said to mStar that he was lucky to have not picked up the customer’s order yet at the time, otherwise, he would not have been able to deliver the food.
As a last option, he asked for help via Whatsapp in the food delivery chat group and most of them wanted to help him, but they had other deliveries to make.
Muhammad Fakharuddin managed to inform the management about what happened and luckily another food delivery person helped him deliver the food (roti canai and iced tea).
A few moments later, a kind-hearted food delivery person from the same company as him helped him out because he was making a delivery around that area.
The kind person that helped him is named Hafiz, and he voluntarily helped out Muhammad Fakharuddin even though his next delivery was in another half an hour.
Together, they brought his motorcycle to the mechanic at a nearby workshop. Hafiz was even kind enough to wait with Muhammad Fakharuddin until his motorcycle was fixed up.
The most interesting part is that Hafiz and he were practically strangers because they have never met or spoken to each other. Muhammad Fakharuddin was very grateful towards Hafiz because he was incredibly kind to have helped him out.
We should always help those in need and spread positivity to others. Hopefully this story can inspire Malaysians to do good and be good.
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