Cabbie claims to have accepted a McDonald’s My Melody Holder as actual payment from a passenger

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Y’all must have heard (and be puzzled like us) about the massive queues that formed at McDonald’s outlets islandwide yesterday — and all for a cutesy food bucket.

Said bucket — a food holder in the shape of Sanrio cartoon character My Melody — is apparently prized enough to pay for a short taxi ride, according to one cabbie. On the Singapore Taxi Driver Facebook group, Ah Low shared about how he received a McDonald’s My Melody Holder as payment for a ride that costs $6.90, the price of the item itself. Presumably, she already has a couple of ‘em (customers were limited to a maximum of five purchases) and letting one go seemed easy enough.

Surprisingly, he even accepted it as his passenger assured that its value would double.

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To be fair, it did. By over 600 percent. The pink bucket is now being resold online for up to $50, and people are actually purchasing the limited-edition item, which sold out quickly islandwide yesterday. If Low does manage to find a willing buyer, he could very well profit — but if not, at least he’ll have a food holder in his cab.

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Commenters even commended Low for making the right move.

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This sets a dangerous precedent. What’s next, paying our bank loans off with Supreme drops?

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