Heartwarming story: Food delivery driver apologises for spilled meal

Photo courtesy of Sanook.

A food delivery rider‘s heartfelt response after accidentally spilling a customer’s meal has touched the hearts of netizens worldwide. The incident, shared by TikTok user @Kiksri888, shows the rider apologising for the mishap, offering to compensate for the spilt food.

The video clip, captured by a security camera, reveals the rider confessing to the customer that the meal he delivered had spilt out of its packaging. He immediately offered to pay for the damages. However, the customer reassured the rider that it was not an issue and refused to take any money, stating the food was still edible and could be transferred onto a plate.

In the footage, it can be seen that the rider continues to apologise, whilst the customer responds lightheartedly.

“It will end up in my stomach anyway.”

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Following the post’s circulation, numerous online users have praised the customer’s generous spirit and the rider’s integrity. The rider herself commented on the post, expressing her gratitude and recalling the incident. She revealed she no longer works as a delivery driver due to a broken leg from a road accident, reported Sanook.

In related news, a video posted on Reddit a month ago by a user named @yellowenthusiastt sparked a heated debate, revolving around the puzzling number 514 written by a food delivery rider outside her house. The woman, who had ordered food online, was left bewildered by this random act, which led to a flurry of speculation among netizens. Read more about this story HERE.

In other news, a fatal road accident occurred in Chon Buri’s Mueang district in late September, taking the life of a 21 year old food delivery rider. On a bypass route to Bangkok, the victim’s motorbike skidded on a thick layer of sand on the road and fell under the rear wheel of a 10-wheeler truck, resulting in immediate death due to severe head injuries. Read more about this story HERE.

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Samantha Rose

Samantha was a successful freelance journalist who worked with international news organisations before joining Thaiger. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from London, her global perspective on news and current affairs is influenced by her days in the UK, Singapore, and across Thailand. She now covers general stories related to Thailand.

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