Netizens worry that petrol stations may change policies on free water usage following the incident.
A woman has come under fire from netizens for using free water at a Shell petrol station to wash her car.
The woman, who has not been identified, was seen bringing her soap and sponge to the station and washing her Toyota Vios using the free water provided by the petrol station.
The incident drew criticism from netizens after it was posted in a Facebook group, with many accusing the woman of being a freeloader.
Others defended the woman, saying she seemed to be a senior citizen and should be allowed to use the free water.
Some netizens criticized the woman for being “kiasu” or overly competitive.
Petrol Stations May Start Charging Money For Water Use
The incident has sparked a debate online, with many wondering whether using free water at petrol stations to wash cars is appropriate.
Some have suggested that petrol stations may start charging money for water use following this incident.
Shell has not commented on the incident, but some netizens have called on the company to take action and prevent people from using their water for non-essential purposes.
It remains to be seen whether this incident will impact petrol stations’ policies regarding free water.
However, it serves as a reminder that we should all be mindful of our actions and their impact on others.
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