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Video of Fast-Food Chain Crew Who Tried to Report Thirsty Delivery Rider Asking for Water Elicits Comments Online

The video footage of a fast-food chain crew who reported a thirsty delivery rider asking for water elicits comments online.

The Facebook page “Tic Tac Toe” has shared the video footage of a fast-food chain crew who reported a thirsty delivery rider asking for a glass of water. The video garnered various reactions from the netizens.

In the video, it can be seen that the rider complained against a female employee of fast-food restaurant for allegedly reporting him. The thirsty rider said that he and his colleagues were just asking for a glass of water due to hot weather outside.

Fast-Food Chain Crew

The Food Panda employee said that the crew refused to give them water and even warned to report them. Some kind-hearted customers took pity on thirsty riders and gave them soft drinks to quench their thirst.

Some netizens think that the fast-food crew and the rider have a misunderstanding due to the massive amount of customers queuing at the store.

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Fast-Food Chain Crew

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Posted by Tic Tac Toe on Tuesday, April 13, 2021

The video has a caption of:

“isang foodpanda rder ng hhngi ng tubig. hindi nabgyan, isang customer nag bgay ng sftdrnks dahil naintndhan ang sitwasyon ng rider .(Tubig kontra init)”

The online community expressed their reactions to the video:

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