PJ Police Chief Gifts Smartphone To Teen Working At Burger Stall After His Got Stolen

pj police chief gifts smartphone to teen working at burger stall after his got stolen

Photo via Facebook

Social media went crazy after photos of Petaling Jaya district police chief Nik Ezanee Mohd Faisal Nordin presenting a smartphone to a teenage burger vendor who had his stolen at his stall, went viral!

Yesterday (December 29th), it’s understood that 14-year-old Muhammad Nor Faizal left his phone at the stall just for a moment at about 1 am when he went to the toilet, only to find it missing when he returned.

Some items from the stall as well as some of his earnings for the day were also stolen.

Upon hearing the news, Nik Ezanee decided to pay Faizal a visit, and also spend some time with him before handing him the phone.

"One Good Deed A Day.." PETALING JAYA, 29 Disember 2020 (Selasa) - YDH Ketua Polis Daerah Petaling Jaya, ACP Nik Ezanee...

Posted by Polis Daerah Petaling Jaya on Tuesday, December 29, 2020

“Out of goodwill, Petaling Jaya's district police headquarters donated a cell phone to encourage the 14-year-old teen to remain resilient when he faces challenges in life,” a post on its Facebook page read.

“It takes so little to do just that, and yet few people utilize this world-changing ability. Just one good deed a day,” said Nik Ezanee.

Faizal works part-time at the burger stall as he is currently on school holidays, and Nik Ezanee commended him for his willpower because despite being robbed, the teen still came to work.

Good on you, Faizal! Keep up the good work!


by Kyle Roshen Jacob