Kind Petrol Attendant Gets High Praise for Making SA Lady's Day

Kind Petrol Attendant Gets High Praise for Making SA Lady's Day

- A young lady recently headed online to share how a kind petrol attendant made her day extra special

- According to the post, the young petrol attendant added an extra R10 to her car after she purchased R140

- Many locals loved the heartwarming post and also thanked the kind man for his small but super generous gesture

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Petrol attendants always seem to be able to put a smile on their customers face whether it's by doing something kind or simply rendering amazing service. Another young petrol attendant proved this after he showed a young lady some kindness.

Taking to Twitter, a young South African woman with the Twitter handle, @suhnnah shared how a petrol attendant had decided to pour an extra R10 in her car after she had requested petrol worth R140.

"I got to @SasolSA Penina Park on my way home. I only had R140.00 and I was assisted by @ChueneDaniel. He poured R150.00 Disappointed but relieved face and said “Ke a go tlatsa”. Ke a leboga. God bless you brother, #Ubuntu lives here," she wrote in the heartwarming post.

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Locals had this to say:

@returts said:

"Let me try to simplify it for you....It's called pay it forward."

@dacks_mofokeng said:

"Do the right thing guys. Match made in heaven. I can see you love each each other. Hona motho wa motho mo. Motho ke wa Modimo. Dankie"

@MokgethwaMacha1 said:

"Petrol attendants are the best customer care representatives ever."

@Bra_Soloist said:

"You want him he wants you, do the honorable thing, la batlana, plus you're SINGLE."
Kind Petrol Attendant Gets High Praise for Making SA Lady's Day
This attendant made a young lady smile with his kindness. Images: @suhnnah
Source: Twitter also reported that Selaelo SJ Kganakga took to Facebook and shared an inspirational story in the #ImStaying group. He revealed that his car sensors were damaged during a car wash and his car made a continuous beeping sound.

He posted on a Potchefstroom Facebook group asking where he could get his car fixed. Warren Badenhorst, a mechanic, inboxed him and said he could bring his car to his workshop and not to worry about the price as it would be a simple fix.

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Warren spent his Saturday afternoon fixing Selaelo's car and when he was done it was in perfect working order.

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