S’pore lady sees ruined Ofo bike, brings it home, dad fixes it. Family wins.
This is how you do it.
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There’s been a spate of people misusing the newest thing in town: Bicycle-sharing.
Pictures of Ofo bikes being either abandoned or thrown about have been constantly surfacing.
But, proving that the universe tends to balance itself out, a tweet by Mok, showed not all is lost in Singapore.
Here’s the tweet in question.
instead of just leaving it aside, ruined, brought this bike home & asked my dad to repair! 👌🏼 pic.twitter.com/2BUyj6JqpL
— mok (@qlhbusyra) April 19, 2017
The post detailed how she had seen the ruined bike while walking around.
And instead of despairing at the state of the nation, she brought the bike back, where her father helped to fix it up.
An act which received unanimous praise.
Top photo from Mok’s Twitter