“Beautiful City, Beautiful People,” Redditor Shares How Random Bangaloreans Helped Him During His Bike Accident

The Redditor shares how, in his time of need, random Bangaloreans showed up.

by Tooba Shaikh
“Beautiful City, Beautiful People,” Redditor Shares How Random Bangaloreans Helped Him During His Bike Accident

Bengaluru is quite notorious for discriminating against people who don’t speak Kannada. Many have shared that the people often refuse to help or are outright rude to those who do not understand or speak Kannada. However, this incident narrated by a Redditor will definitely put a smile on your face and show you that not everyone partakes in such discrimination. The Redditor shares how in his time of need, random Bangaloreans showed up.

Redditor Shares How Random Bangaloreans Helped Him

Beautiful People….. Beautiful City :))
byu/adithya— inbangalore

Redditor adithya— recently took to the social networking website and shared how random Bangaloreans helped him through a scary accident that he had. The accident took place near Lal Bagh. He said that his bike skidded owing to the gravel on the ground.

He sustained some injuries and the female pillion rider was crying throughout the incident. In the post shared on the Reddit thread r/bangalore, he said that everything was okay now but he wanted to express gratitude to some people who helped them.

He first mentioned an autorickshaw driver who stopped in the middle of the traffic and took them to the hospital. The Redditor also mentioned a Swiggy delivery person who gave water in the tense scenario. An old man who was with them throughout and kept comforting them was also mentioned.

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Netizens Share Their Own Experience, Positive & Negative

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Many commenters were surprised to learn of this wholesome experience, especially because the Redditor specified that they did not speak any Kannada. One commenter even mentioned that they had read an incident somewhere where another person went through an almost similar situation but his experience was the complete opposite.

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Another commenter shared a positive experience. They said they fell in the middle of the road from their scooter because a car approached them from the wrong direction of the road. Many people rushed to help them even then.

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Do you live in Bengaluru? How do you think the city treats people who don’t speak Kannada? Let us know in the comments section below!

Cover Image Credits: Canva Images and @adithya—/r/bangalore

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