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They say what goes around, comes around and this was demonstrated when one woman offered to give a ride to an auntie who was also stranded by the disruption on the North South MRT line on Jun 28.
Nurul 'Izzah Khamsani shared her amazing story on the Singapore Kindness Movement Facebook page.
She was waiting for a taxi at Jurong East along with several other commuters after train service had been disrupted.
She had tried calling for a cab several times and finally got one when she noticed a "frail old nonya" waiting for a taxi to no avail.
She wrote: "I felt pity for her and decided to ask for her destination, hoping it's [on] my way so I can help her.
"Fortunately, our destination was the same, Yishun!
"She was so relieved and I was happy to help her."
When their taxi arrived, Nurul explained what had happened to the cabby. What happened next will put a smile on your face:
"Along the way, he stopped the meter, restarted it and said that there was a discount because he said I helped the auntie and I was going to visit my mother at the hospital.
"He was so kind and we are so touched.
"Thank you Mr Koh for giving us such a great discount of $16 despite the heavy traffic and peak hour.
"God bless you."