A Singaporean man is being called a hero for his kind gesture to a sick food delivery worker.
The good Samaritan, identified as Kelvin Tay, not only helped a GrabFood delivery rider get home but also assisted in delivering his last order.
A man in Singapore was sentenced to two and a half years in jail and six strokes of the cane after attacking a colleague who first went viral in 2008 for his striking name.
Eng Guan Hong, 40, attacked a man called Batman Suparman, 29, earlier this year following a dispute over a new scheme for drivers working for food delivery service Foodpanda, according to Today.
A woman from southern China was left bloodied with head injuries after a food delivery driver allegedly attacked her in fear of a negative customer service review for being late with her dinner.
The part-time postgraduate woman decided to order food via Ele.me on Saturday at around 6 p.m. from a restaurant only 10 minutes away from her in Haikou, Hainan. However, two hours passed and there was still no sign of her food or a message/call from the driver, according to South China Morning Post.