A female vendor in Kuala Lumpur faced criticism for selling a pack of nasi lemak with assorted side dishes for RM3.50, accused of “spoiling the market.”
She revealed that a male customer questioned her low prices, suggesting it might harm other vendors. Netizens criticized the customer, deeming the affordable option helpful to those in need.
The vendor dismissed the customer’s suggestion to raise prices and even offered him a pack to taste. Netizens condemned the customer’s actions, accusing him of envy and intentionally causing trouble for the successful vendor.