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Delivery rider doubles as relationship counsellor as he helps fellow man amid girlfriend spat

A man got more than he bargained – and tipped – for when a delivery rider dished out some useful relationship advice amid a spat between the man and his girlfriend. 

GrabFood rider Muhammad Nurul Iman had accepted an order to deliver sushi to a customer's girlfriend.

The customer, who goes by the name Eden_haikal on Twitter, posted screenshots of his funny exchange with Mr Iman on Twitter on March 27, detailing how the latter had helped him write an apology note to his girlfriend. 

Eden_haikal and his girlfriend had apparently gotten into an argument, and as an apology, he ordered sushi to be delivered to her.

He then asked Mr Iman in Grab’s chat function if he could help “write a note in the order”.

The delivery man joked about a $50 tip but eventually agreed to help out. 

Later on, Eden_haikal posted a photo online of what was written by Mr Iman behind what looked like a receipt, with the words he had asked him to jot down.

“I’m sorry for earlier on. Please enjoy your meal that will leave a smile on your face at least,” it read.

“Girl are you sushi, you sure are soFISHticated,” the note ended.

Delivery riders do go out of their way in service to a customer from time to time, but Mr Iman in this instance took it up a notch when he also sent some encouraging words to Eden_haikal with insight into his own married life.

He spoke about raising a young family and that he empathised with the customer.

Eden_Haikal’s tweet, with the caption “Grab delivery riders really need to be more appreciated”, has received over 14,000 likes and almost 6,000 retweets. 

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