We live in a materialistic world where being selfish or self-centered is not bad anymore. However, there are still many people who follow the rule of Humanity and feel happiness in spreading it.
A Mangaluru based cab driver, Sunil K, is the right example of it. As per an instance shared by Kavya Rao of the same city, Sunil is helping the society by not taking any cab fees while driving the passengers to the hospital.
On Tuesday, she booked a cab for her elderly parents so that they could comfortably reach the hospital. After reaching there, the bill showed Rs 140, but Sunil refused to take money. He told Kavya’s parents that he doesn’t take money for hospital trips.
Check out Kavya’s post that has gone viral on the internet;
The post read,
“Normally, I have a lot of complaints against Ola. But today, I’m here to share a wonderful story.
I booked a cab for my parents as my dad had to go to the hospital for a check up. As micro and mini weren’t available I booked a prime sedan. The driver arrived promptly, and dropped my parents at the hospital. It was a cash trip and the bill was Rs 140. The driver (Sunil) absolutely refused to take money from my mom saying he doesn’t take payment for hospital trips. Both my parents tried a lot to make him accept payment but he was very adamant. He insisted that dropping people to hospitals was his way of helping the society. Mom asked him to at least take a part of the bill (petrol expenses) but he just refused and left.
My parents were stunned and when mom told me this, I was in a shock. In today’s day and age when auto drivers start conversation with “200 rupees” or “meter double” and cab drivers cancel bookings just because they don’t like the destinations, Sunil is a gem.
I’m attaching the cab details, if you could find any way to appreciate him, would be very grateful. God bless him and his kind.”
Here are the cab details;
The post became popular on Facebook with thousands of people liking and sharing it. Checkout how people reacted-
Well, we are mighty impressed with Sunil. Hope there are more such people in this world which make the humanity word more meaningful.
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