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Malaysia coffeeshop staff feeds teen with special needs, gains praise for kind gesture

A coffeeshop worker fed a disabled youth spaghetti without expectation of any returns.

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Malaysia – Have your faith in humanity restored with this coffeeshop worker in Malaysia who stepped out of his way to feed a special-needs teenager.

On May 20, netizen Andy Lau went to Facebook to share a sweet moment he encountered while at a coffeeshop in Malaysia.

“This coffeeshop worker was feeding the disabled youth spaghetti. He is just a worker. No one has told him that he must do this, nor will he get any tips for the gesture. But he automatically lent a helping hand. Doesn’t he deserve a ‘like’?” read the caption.

Along with the caption, Lau also posted photos:

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Photo: FB screengrab

Photo: FB screengrab

The post garnered over 34,000 reactions and 5,200 shares since uploaded, with many netizens praising the coffeeshop worker.

Many were reassured that there still exists warmth and love in the world while others commented on the behaviour that Malaysians share; the willingness to extend a helping hand to people of other races.

For more sweet gestures stories: Heartwarming, M’sian father and daughter invites hungry vagrant to dine with them

Read the original post below:

Posted by Andy Lau on Monday, May 20, 2019

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