Malaysian Selling RM1 Sushi From His Car Boot Gives 50pcs To The Poor Every Friday

2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, but once in a while, we come across acts of kindness that restores our faith in humanity. Take this story for example – a 25-year-old Malaysian that sells RM1 sushi from his car boot in front of SK Lembah Keramat, Said Muhammad Hafidz, gives away 50pcs of sushi to the poor every Friday.

@hafidzshihab (Twitter)

The RM1 Sushi Seller Has Received Tons Of Support From Netizens

Following his tweet on 22 Oct 2020, his post has now garnered over 6.6k retweets with netizens voicing their support. In the post by Malay Mail, a Malaysian pledged his support by purchasing 1,000 pieces to give away to the hungry. Amazing!

Malay Mail Facebook Post

He Sells A Variety Of Sushi Including Crab Korea Flavour And Cheese Prawn

For the seafood ingredients used such as Squid, Tuna and Prawns – RM1 is really cheap! He offers a variety of sushi such as Crab Mayo, Ebiko, Cheese Prawn and more.

@hafidzshihab (Twitter)
mStar (Website)

His RM1 Sushi Store Is Open From 11AM – 6:30PM And Delivery Is Available

Those that want to help out can visit his location near AU5 in front of Sk Lembah Keramat. He also does delivery to certain areas, so do contact him on WhatsApp here if you’re interested!

@hafidzshihab (Twitter)

Source: Malay Mail

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