It’s Ramadan and it surely has to be tough for our Muslim brothers and sisters who are frontliners during this holy month while the Covid-19 Movement Control Order (MCO) is ongoing.
But luckily, good Samaritans who are staying at home are showing their appreciation in special ways.
One food delivery rider in Singapore was surprised and touched when he realised that the customer he was sending food to had instead bought him dinner to break his fast, as the rider, M&M (@malik_matin) showcased on his Twitter page.
First night of Ramadhan and blessed this man right here whoever you are.Seen a lot of tweets and post circulating about customers buying food for dispatch riders or other people and today I am one of them 😥 pic.twitter.com/DyoXTPXXY8
— M&M (@malik_matin) April 23, 2020
He wrote, “First night of Ramadan and bless this man right here, whoever you are. Seen a lot of tweets and posts circulating about customers buying food for dispatch riders or other people and today, I am one of them.”
“If you have picked up my order from 4 Fingers, there’s no need to send it to my house. That is for your dinner. Enjoy your dinner. Selamat berpuasa,” the kind customer told Malik.
It’s so refreshing to see people doing such nice things for frontliners and strangers during such trying times.
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