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Kind customer surprises GrabFood rider with dinner he ordered

The additional note attached to the order read, "Your supper bro. enjoy."

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Singapore — A customer surprised an unknowing GrabFood rider with a welcome act of kindness. Fadli, the rider, shared his wholesome encounter with a customer he never met.

According to his tweets, Fadli was on duty as a GrabFood rider late at night on July 27 when received a delivery order from a customer named Terence. The order included fried rice and iced tea from Badriya Food Corner located in Yishun.

The single order amounted to a total of S$7.80.

However, there was an additional note attached to the order which said “Your supper bro. enjoy.”

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Fadli received a free meal from a GrabFood patron he does not even know.

The customer even sent him a follow up message about the food.

Fadli was surprised and mildly in disbelief at first, so he said that he can still deliver the food to Terence since it was his job to do so.

Terence insisted that he ordered the food for the Grab rider, and even told Fadli to “have a good night.”

Thankful for the random act of kindness, Fadli responded to Terence with “God bless you my friend. Good night.”

Encounters like this may hopefully inspire others to pay it forward and practice kindness without expecting anything in return. /TISGFollow us on Social Media

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