It is understandable to feel jaded when it comes to the lack of humanity in this modern era, but sometimes, when you least expect it, people can really surprise you.
A random stranger in Johor Bahru decided to help a man, M Dzulfiqri M Nasir, who’s parking coupons had expired and was at risk of getting fined.
M Dzulfiqri M Nasir took to his Facebook page to showcase how someone had placed a fresh, new parking coupon on the windshield of his car so that he wouldn’t get fined as the coupons he had placed on his dashboard had already expired.
Not all heroes wear capes!knowing my coupons expired, someone renewed & placed it on my windshield.If by any chance you’re reading this, I’d like to say you’re awesome!#Heroes#JB#FaithInHumanityRestored
He wrote, “Not all heroes wear capes! Knowing my coupons expired, someone renewed and placed it on my windshield. If by any chance you’re reading this, I’d like to say, you’re awesome!”
Who ever it was that placed the new parking coupon on M Dzulfiqri’s windshield clearly knows how to bring Malaysians together, through the fear of getting saman-ed.
And, what a great way to perform a random act of kindness!
Kudos to you, kind stranger.
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