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Good Samaritan saves petrol attendant from a scheming S.O.B customer 👿👿👿

Good Samaritan saves petrol attendant from a scheming S.O.B customer 👿👿👿

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Ladies & Gentleman, I would like to have your attention for a minute.

As I was surfing the net to look out for newsworthy content (actually, I am looking out for goondu blueSG drivers) to share with everyone, I happened to chance upon the 'crook of the century' bullying a petrol attendant by insisting that he only asked to pump $15 worth of petrol instead of a full tank.

Fortunately, Kelvin the Samaritan, who shared this piece of news on social media after, decided to help the petrol uncle attendant out.

Here's the recap of the post.

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Kelvin the Samaritan paid for the petrol.

I do not have much information about what had happened, but here's what I think went down:

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Be gracious toward others.

We don't really have a lot of information about the driver of the Toyota Altis, but what I have always been taught is to be gracious toward others.

Your car will use the petrol inside the tank at the end of the day, so even if the petrol attendant pumped wrongly, you will still get to use it. If you think of it in another way, the petrol attendant also helped you to save more time going to the petrol kiosk later! 

$15 petrol

I just went to fuelkaki to check on our fuel price, Ron 95 is priced at $2.41 the cheapest. At max he can only have 6.5L of petrol, Let's say the Toyota Altis can have a fuel economy of 12km/L.

So roughly after travelling 74km, he will go back and "full-teen" another petrol already. Please arh. Stop arh. Beat your backside then you know.

Kudos to Kelvin

And a huge shoutout to Kelvin who helped the petrol attendant in such a situation. You deserve a cup of coffee from us! If you see this, look for Uncle Koba.

 

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If I'm the petrol kiosk attendant, I'd thrust the noozle up that SOB's AH and pump petrol into it.😡

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Hope Karma happen on this Car Driver.

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when the car price and petrol prices keeps increasing, all sorts of behaviors appear. The price will be higher for everything, it will be uglier....

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Fill ten again?

Economy is real bad..

Kaoz..

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On 25/06/2021 at 19:26, Windwaver said:

If cannot afford, just pump 92 loh.

 

You should say cannot afford,don't Drive...this type of People,even pump Diesel,also will play ''Puck''...

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2 hours ago, Kyrios said:

Fill ten again?

Economy is real bad..

Kaoz..

Not Economy Bad,this type of People are just Idiots.

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Not defending the guy, but he might be driving a rental car. He pumped up to return the fuel at exactly the amount he took the car at. I bet nobody want to return more petrol to the rental company right? 

This is the reason why i always pump my own petrol, to avoid miscommunication.

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Next time must let the driver own self key in the preset if they want a specific amount or even FT. Let the pump attendant attend to the nozzle only. This type of KNN driver will meet karma.

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