Everyone in Malaysia practically have used Grab at least once in their life before. I mean, it’s so convenient!
While getting cancelled by either the driver or passenger is not a fun thing to experience, this one special case in particular got the opposite effect pula!
A simple yet amusing message from a Grab driver instantly went viral after his passenger shared it on social media. The OP, Wai Hong, shared it to Facebook, and in just one day, garnered over 6.3k shares!
Here’s what happened:
His driver, Suhaimi bin Ahmad had accidentally taken the wrong route, and because the journey to get back is too long, he openly shared how he’ll head straight home to rest, before wishing Wai Hong a goodnight.
Wai Hong could only respond to the kinda sad yet kinda amusing message his Grab driver sent, by captioning his post: “Ok la goodnight”.
Here’s the viral photo posted:
Netizens everywhere shared the amusement, especially on how Mr Suhaimi here was so blunt. Well, they did say honesty is the best policy.
Others just chimed in and wished dear o’ Mr Suhaimi a good night as well.
This is definitely one driver you don’t usually encounter! Kudos to you dear Mr Suhaimi for making our day!
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