At the bus stop, an 80-year-old granny enters and takes a seat on an empty seat.
I observe her closely as she takes out a handkerchief, unfolds it, counts out 16 rubles per ruble, and asks the driver to stop.
The young bus driver of bus number 11 taught everyone a lesson. His gesture was simply amazing!
He stops the bus as usual, and the granny hands him the money, saying, “Thank you, young man.” But the driver refuses to accept it!
He takes out his wallet and asks her to wait a few minutes.
Then he hurries to the grocery store and buys 4 packs of milk, 2 packs of sour cream, pasta, bread, and meat!
The granny bursts into tears, expressing her gratitude and wishing him good luck in all his endeavors, and so on.
Afterward, he gets back on the bus, and a forty-year-old woman starts wondering if it was worth spending money for an act of gratitude and delaying other passengers.
The driver turns to her, opens the door, and asks the woman to get off, saying, “It’s because of people like you that the elderly consider all young people as ill-mannered and unscrupulous individuals because you cannot teach your children values such as honesty and compassion!”
She flies out of the bus like a champagne cork!
Bravo, my friend, there won’t be another one like you!