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E-Hailing Service Driver Pretended To Be Passenger’s Boyfriend To Save Her From Being Harassed

A little kindness goes a long way.
07 Aug 2019, 10:26 AM
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Just how many people are willing to go out of their way to help someone in need?

An e-hailing driver in the US, Brandon Gale, recently received a message from his passenger asking him to pretend to be her boyfriend.

He posted about the incident on Facebook, which later went viral. In the post, Brandon explained that his customer had texted him and asked if he could pretend to be her boyfriend.

Not knowing to what extent she meant, he took the trouble to take off his e-hailing service stickers and also removed his wedding ring, just to look the part.

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After getting to the pick-up location, he saw his customer with a guy who he was later told was an aggressive friend who insisted on giving her a ride and wouldn’t take no for an answer.

We’re all glad that the girl was safe. Brandon later commented that guys should take responsibility for their actions and have to learn to accept the word ‘no’.

You can read the full post here:


 

This man deserves an award for being so kind.

Would you have done the same for a stranger? It’s a question we should all ponder upon…

But we should always choose to be kind.

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