- A truly grateful man recently took to Facebook to share a touching post about how petrol attendants went out of their way to help him
- According to the driver, he had a broken window which the helpful attendants made their personal mission to fix
- Many Facebookers commended the kind petrol attendants for not only doing their jobs but for going out of their way to help a customer
A young South African man with a grateful heart recently shared a heartfelt post about two helpful Limpopo petrol attendants who went out of their way to help him fix a broken window on his car.
Taking to Facebook's popular ImStaying group, Rhulani Mkhabele shared how the attendants had noticed that a window on his car was not rolling up properly - this when they sprung into action and helped him fix it.
"I had my #ImStaying moment when these four gentlemen from Moeketsi Shell garage on the R81 to Giyani in Limpopo when my window didn't want to close, they did everything in their powers to fix it and because of them I arrived safely in Cape Town," he wrote happily.
Stayers had this to say about the helpful petrol attendants:
Haneley Morkel Manuel said:
"Thank you guys for going that extra mile."
Lyn Davis Langfield said:
"That's great! Thanks go to them!"
Mark Phipson said:
"Well done, thank you, gentlemen."
Mariette Brasher said:
"Special people South Africa has."
Minah Basani Mafreshh Mkhavele said:
"That's awesome Mkhabele."
Rhandzie Mkhabele said:
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, we all know that petrol attendants are some of the most amazing people, always ready to help, humble and hard-working. This petrol attendant also has a really good sense of humour.
Taryn Wood Kirkbride shared a photo of a petrol attendant with a hilarious face mask which made her day. She shared a photo of Terry, who works at Total, on Facebook in the #ImStaying group.
The face mask is so perfect you have to do a double-take just to see it, it matches his face so well. She captioned the hilarious photo with the following:
"#ImStaying because our petrol attendants wear the coolest masks. Totally made my morning."
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Source: Briefly News