Recently, a tweet went viral!
Not every hero wears a cape pic.twitter.com/6ILfNKZy3c
— Typical Malaysian (@TypicalMsian) July 24, 2019
“Can I have one or two more bbq sauce please and also can you sneak an apple pie into my bag please cause im broke and cant afford it but i love it and also i love you too muack you’re the best”
And this immediately sparked hates from the netizens! Netizens are enraged with comments questioning how is the individual claims to be broke but affords to buy a RM36 worth of meal?
And some even said that asking for extra sauce is already ballsy, yet the individual asked for free apple pie?
Although at first the tweet seems to be funny, on later note, netizens find the act to be disrespectful!
Who ordered RM 30.00 worth of food but can’t afford RM5 apple pie?
— razakzainalabidin (@cipanjiwang) July 25, 2019
Broke but subtotal around RM30++ . Dude, you can buy 5 nasi goreng with those money which is stands for 2 or 3 days instead of 1 mcd meals. Broken mind also ?
— ? (@cucuHajiAli) July 24, 2019
Other people being broke: Buys McD totalling up to $36.
Me being broke: Only $20 left to last until next payday.
— Not a mind reader. (@AnxiousQuill) July 25, 2019
Maybe the person who ordered the food might be fooling around and maybe the outlet at that time had an extra apple pie laying around to be thrown away. But, it is quite a worry that being “broke” may be used as a joke while there are people out there who are really having a tough time just to put food on their tables.
So what do you think? Do you think such action is acceptable? Was it just a comedic act? Or was it the individual is actually broke and the order is combined with others?