Recently, a Twitter post by user @Tok_Tek has gone viral online. As seen in the posting, it appears that the man might have been ranting about forking out RM100 for his fresh sotong goreng dish.
The user uploaded a copy of the receipt from Penang’s oldest nasi kandar restaurant, Hameediyah Restaurant. If you recall, the restaurant went viral previously for selling the infamous RM100 fried squid.
It wasn’t the hefty price of the dish that caught the attention of netizens, though. Instead, a number of them were raving about the man posting a picture of the receipt, which was placed in front of the bonnet of his Honda Civic Type R car. Many accused the customer of showing off his red “H” emblem logo.
As a result, the comments section was flooded with netizens questioning his motives for doing so. “It’s okay, you’re capable of driving the ‘H’ car. RM100 is nothing to you,” one netizen on Twitter wrote. Another commentator chimed in by writing, “The most important thing (for him) is to take a picture of the RM100 receipt behind the Honda car logo. You can afford it, can’t you? Just pay for it, why complain so much?”
Others also argued that instead of complaining about the price of the dish, the man should have dined at another eatery that offers cheaper food. What do you think?
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