Stranded mo­torist says thanks for road­side help

7 Days in Dubai - - COMMUNITY -

I would like to say a mas­sive thank you to Yousuf, who will­ingly and self­lessly came to my as­sis­tance on Tues­day af­ter­noon on Al Wasl Road when my car over­heated and broke down in the mid­dle of the road. Words can­not ex­press how grate­ful I am to you for your act of kind­ness and com­pas­sion. Not only are you fast­ing, but you had just come from an un­com­fort­able den­tist ap­point­ment; you moved my car to safety, and threw hand­fuls of sand all over the road where the oil had leaked. The out­side tem­per­a­ture was be­yond hot and hu­mid, yet you were more than will­ing to help me in my mo­ment of need. You then made sure that I got across the road safely with­out be­ing run down by a lu­natic driver! Thank you Yousuf from the bot­tom of my heart, Ra­madan Ka­reem and Shukran. Margie Dubai When I came out at 3pm I found the bon­net and right side of my black SUV deeply scratched mul­ti­ple times with a key. The cars to my left and right were still the same as in the morn­ing. It is clearly a de­lib­er­ate at­tempt by some­one. It made me won­der why should any­one do this to me as I am per­son who is al­ways very care­ful while park­ing and open­ing my door and never park in slots where the ad­ja­cent cars have parked close to the park­ing line. The same in­ci­dent hap­pened with me in Karama last week­end in the park­ing which is di­ag­o­nally op­po­site to Bikan­er­wala but at that time it was a sin­gle long scratch with a key. Jack Dubai man­sion in ‘LA’ dream­ing of “Dear Old Blighty”. Come and ‘live it’ be­fore ya make judge­ments on ‘our be­half! Anon UAE

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