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Grab Food delivery guys do the funniest things…

There is just no stopping these crazy motorbiking wait staff

A clip of a Grab Food delivery guy who suddenly started entertaining diners on the piano at a bakery in Khon Kaen in northeast Thailand went viral this weekend.

The clip shows the delivery guy playing the piano and singing a song while waiting to pick up his order. And he’s not half bad.

Restaurant goers were visibly delighted and receiving the impromptu interlude with enthusiastic applause.

The identity of the mystery pianist remains unknown however as he never removed his helmet.

The bakery, “Pastella Studio”, posted the clip with a message thanking him for entertaining everybody.

“It was exciting to hear the piano, which has not been played for more than 25 years,” the post read. It also invited other piano players to visit and have a go at the piano.

Grab Food deliveryman and their high jinx seems to be a minor internet sensation.

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Seems like Thailand gets off easier. Oh Grab guys are well-liked and helpful. It will come as a shock to Thai people that Grab guys have got a dark side too.

Following an accident in Singapore, the helpful Grab guy took safety matters into his own hands and began directing traffic. Some things in life are more important than hot pizza.

Last but not least…

If any reader has the slightest idea what is going on in this video, please feel free to tell us in the comments.

For many years, Grab has been the most successful ride-sharing and taxi app in Thailand. Grab runs its transport, courier, and food delivery services in the biggest cities of Thailand, and it is expanding its business fast. By 2023, Grab plans to become a nationwide service in Thailand.

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Jon Whitman

Jon Whitman is a seasoned journalist and author who has been living and working in Asia for more than two decades. Born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland, Jon has been at the forefront of some of the most important stories coming out of China in the past decade. After a long and successful career in East sia, Jon is now semi-retired and living in the Outer Hebrides. He continues to write and is an avid traveller and photographer, documenting his experiences across the world.