A little kindness goes a long way.
A desperate father who wanted to buy formula milk for his newborn, had no qualms about violating the conditional movement control order (CMCO).
According to a report in Sinar Harian, the man went to a 7-Eleven outlet in Kuala Pilah around 1am to buy milk only to find that it was closed.
Two police officers bumped into the man in the needy situation.
Offering help instead of a fine
Kuala Pilah District Police Chief, Superintendent Amran Mohd Ghani told Sinar Harian that instead of punishing the man, Lans Koperal Mohd Hasnofikry Mohd Hanapi and Lans Koperal Muhammad Dinie Akmal decided to give the man a helping hand.
Amran said the officers arranged for the man to follow them back to Lans Koperal Dinie’s house at Kuala Pilah Police Quarters as he had some baby formula there.
The grateful man later thanked the policemen via Facebook Messenger.
Thank you officers!