Recently, a video went viral depicting a foreign seller at i-City generously giving free balloons to children. However, once the children walked away, the seller approached their parents, demanding payment, which many found unfair.
The person who shared the incident, having been targeted multiple times, expressed frustration, emphasizing that his children never requested the balloons and he accepted them willingly, questioning why he should pay.
Taking a stand, the individual instructed his kids to return the balloons to the seller and conveyed his dissatisfaction. To his surprise, the man and his family encountered several other sellers employing the same tactic, whether with balloons or toys, targeting children and pressuring parents for payment afterwards.
The person addressed the unethical nature of such business practices, advising the sellers to reconsider their approach. The shared experience resonated with the average netizen, with many supporting the man's actions.
Some even admitted to having experienced similar situations, recounting instances where they paid exorbitant prices, up to RM10, for balloons bought from the same foreigner. Additionally, there's a growing sentiment among netizens that authorities should scrutinize the sales activities of foreigners at i-CITY Shah Alam.