Good guy SMRT bus captain didn't hesitate to lend passenger power bank to charge dying phone

24/6/2022 12:20:00 PM

Came in clutch.

Good guy SMRT bus captain didn't hesitate to lend passenger power bank to charge dying phone

Came in clutch.

Low toldHaving forgotten to charge his phone the previous night, he was only left with 5 per cent battery life.He then subsequently approached the bus captain to ask if he had a power bank he could borrow.Low noted that the bus captain's name was Khairulshafiq based on his name tag and requested he took his mask off temporarily to take a photo.

He said he was very grateful as the charge from the power bank lasted him the rest of the day.He has been featured in severalCommuters said he would greet passengers as they boarded the bus and encourage elderly folks to take their time.8world

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Wait! Isn't there usb charger dock in the bus? Yes,he is a good guy.👍 Who even asks the bus captain for a power bank.. this guy only 😂 And he has the power to take a photo? Very kind of him 👍🏼👍🏼If only all were like him, had a died phone so many times during bus journey when I needed it the most 😬

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Helpful bus captain lends power bank to commuter with 5% phone batteryHaving your phone die on you when you are outside can be incredibly frustrating. Read more at stomp.straitstimes.com

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Luckily for one Jarren Low, a bus captain had no hesitation in lending him his power bank. Phone had 5 per cent battery left Low told Mothership he took SMRT bus service 187 from Boon Lay bus interchange to meet a friend on June 23. It was unveiled on Thursday (June 23) by Senior Minister of State for Finance and Transport Chee Hong Tat, and is the first to be launched in a series of heritage-themed, comic-style murals known as Comic Connect. Having forgotten to charge his phone the previous night, he was only left with 5 per cent battery life. Industry 4. As he boarded the bus, the friendly bus captain greeted him, saying: “Good morning, welcome onboard SMRT buses”. Each mural will depict the history and culture of the neighourhood it is in. Low appreciated this. See also: Nassim Quattro targets ultra-rich with $225 mil price tag Source: EdgeProp Inspector “It’s the Chinese who are renting GCBs at such levels,” says Jacqueline Wong, executive director, Savills Private Office.

He then subsequently approached the bus captain to ask if he had a power bank he could borrow. The 6. Already a subscriber? Read the full story and more at $9. The bus captain responded by asking about Low's phone model and passed his personal power bank and cable without hesitation. Before Low alighted at the Woodlands bus interchange, he returned the power bank and thanked the bus captain for his help and kindness.83m mural, created on vinyl sticker, encapsulates the history of the estate, starting from its beginnings as an uninhabited swamp to the first town to be designed and built by the Housing Board . Low noted that the bus captain's name was Khairulshafiq based on his name tag and requested he took his mask off temporarily to take a photo. Image by Jarren Low. Other prominent landmarks are also depicted, such as Block 53 - dubbed"VIP Block" - which hosted foreign dignitaries like Queen Elizabeth II in 1972. “It’s the very large and luxurious houses that fetch such premiums,” notes Savills’ Wong.

"I hope SMRT could share this compliment with bus captain Khairulshafiq!" said Low. He said he was very grateful as the charge from the power bank lasted him the rest of the day." Mr James Suresh, the team lead behind the Toa Payoh mural said:"My hope is that residents will feel a sense of appreciation for their estate and the pioneers of Toa Payoh who laid the foundations for a diverse and vibrant community. Praised by several commuters This was not the first time Khairulshafiq has been commended for his impressive work as a bus captain. He has been featured in several Stomp articles, prompted by commuters who wrote in to praise his meticulous and cheerful disposition. It also features Teochew merchant Seah Eu Chin, an enterprising pioneer, who worked his way up from a clerk to a merchant and landowner in Toa Payoh. Commuters said he would greet passengers as they boarded the bus and encourage elderly folks to take their time. Beyond a residence, the GCBs are regarded as “private clubhouses” to entertain their friends.

He would also wait for elderly and pregnant passengers to take their seat before moving off. "People are readjusting to a new way of life now. According to 8world , his full name is Muhammad Khairulshafiq Bin Mashari. He joined SMRT as a bus captain in March 2017 and mainly drives buses that ply the service 187 route. More On This Topic Singapore MRT station names turn into pun-ny punchlines online The team consisted of Mr Suresh, Mr Syed and Ms Suki Chong, who was in charge of assembling the layout of the entire mural. He was also nominated for the Singapore Tourism Awards 2022. Congratulations on making it to the end of this article. Ms Iola Liu, 31, is leading a group of four youth from the Visual Arts Centre to create a mural that captures the youthfulness and vibrancy of Somerset while juxtaposing new and old historical buildings located there. And the championship-golf-course grass requires a gardener to tend to it at least twice a week.

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