The Char Kway Teow seller who recorded himself verbally abusing a taxi driver has come out to apologise to the taxi driver and to the public.
Dominic Neo has received backlash from netizens after the video went viral. He can be heard asking how the taxi driver can be a taxi driver if he doesn’t know his directions many times.
Apparently, before he boarded the taxi, he had a few beers.
In his apology on Facebook, he said he will offer the first 100 taxi drivers who goes to his stall a free plate of char kway teow. The taxi driver whom he abused will be given a lifetime’s supply of free char kway teow.
This case bears a uncanny resemblance to chicken rice stall owner who was also caught making fun of a taxi driver on camera. The owner also pledged to give away 200 packets of chicken rice to taxi drivers.
The question on everyone’s minds is: would taxi drivers take up such an offer of a free meal?
Free leh…ai mai???
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