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Bully Destroys Food a Boy is Selling, Good Samaritans Buy Everything

A bully destroys food that a boy is selling, but Good Samaritans came to little vendor’s rescue and bought everything from him after driving the bully away.

Bullying a Vendor

In Putatan, Sabah in Malaysia, Daylirn Lim Siew Fong and her husband, Francis Tabrett, were walking in town to buy some groceries when they heard a kid screaming nearby. Pitying the kid, the two hurried to find the source of noise and found a boy with food scattered at his feet, being mocked by someone around his age who is opening some packs and throwing it at the vendor.

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Photo credit: Daylirn Lim Siew Fong / Facebook

Concerned, the couple told the bully off while also trying to comfort the vendor. Francis tried to run after the bully to teach him a lesson but he was also concerned about leaving Daylirn who is 6 months pregnant.

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Photo credit: Daylirn Lim Siew Fong / Facebook

The bully managed to escape quickly but the vendor told them that this happens almost every day. Francis gave the kid RM10 ($2.30) to cover for the food that got thrown on the floor.

Yes, this happens daily. I set out to sell these keropok every morning at 8am and I only get to return home at 4-5pm in the evening,” the vendor said.

Photo credit: Daylirn Lim Siew Fong / Facebook

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Photo credit: Daylirn Lim Siew Fong / FacebookTouched by what they heard, the couple decided to give this kid a break for one day. They bought the rest of his goods, about 20 packs worth a total of RM63 ($14.45) so he could go home early. They were also worried that the bully might come back and get some of his goods again.

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Photo credit: Daylirn Lim Siew Fong / Facebook

The boy was happy! He was also ecstatic after the couple offered him a ride home. He asked to be left off a pedestrian bridge as he still had to walk towards his home because a car won’t fit there.

What is Keropok?

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Photo credit: Daylirn Lim Siew Fong / Facebook

Keropok is a deep fried crackers made from starch and other ingredients that serve as flavoring. In Malaysia, this is often available in fish or seafood flavor.

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