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Which rice do you want, Sir? This one. Sir, It’s a fake money. Where’d you get this? From the shop over there. From a shop. Which shop? Return the fake money to them. Returning the fake one?
But I have no money left. What do you wanna buy, Sir? / Rice. Please, Ma’am. / How can you be swindled? What were you thinking? What do I do? Well, we cannot accept it, Sir. Ah, but my home is so far. What am I suppose to do? / Sorry, Sir, we don’t accept fake money here. Please, help me. We can’t. / Later, I will… / No, we can’t, Sir. / I’ll be back later. Don’t forget to subscribe, comment and like Click on the bell as well. Yes, I know it’s for your meal, but we can’t accept the fake money. If so, I will be at loss. Growing old is an inevitable thing for everyone. It’s obvious our capability will be different at an old age. In this experiment, Who Cares Team will present an elder who wants to buy rice, but he has no idea that all he has are fake money. How would people react to him? Yes, Ma’am. What do you want to buy? Beli beras yang harga berapa? Which rice do you want? 7.000? Yes, we have it. This is Caca. Caca will do a social experiment as a seller in a basic food shop. Is the rice fluffy? It is. It’s fluffy. This is grandpa Bagus. Granpa Bagus will do a
social experiment as a customer. Very fluffy. Due to his shortsighted vision,
he only has fake money to buy rice Because he was swindled by someone. I want to buy rice. Which kind? This is all I have. All of it. Sir. It’s a fake money. Very fluffy. The experiment begins. Granpa Bagus comes to a shop to buy rice. I want to buy rice. Go ahead, Sir. I wanna buy rice. / Oh rice. / Please wait a moment. / Yes. Which rice do you want? Here’s all I have. All of it. Sir. It’s a fake money. Caca said that the money he bring we was fake. This is a fake money, Sir.
We don’t accept fake money here. We really don’t. Sir, let me see it. Here it is. Ah, right, it’s a fake money. See? The girl in yellow shirt who is also at
the shop was only commenting without doing anything. Over there. How can you be swindled? What were you thinking? The man in grey tshirt with a hat
watched them arguing, but he didn’t do anything. My home is so far. Sorry, Sir. We don’t accept fake money. The girl who wears a helmet came
and saw the incident. Sir, you’d better go back to that shop.
Where did you get this? What would you like to buy? I want to buy rice.
I run out of rice at home. Oh right, This money was a change,
but apparently it’s fake. Without much thought, the girl buy Granpa Bagus some rice immediately. / Please wait a moment. Thank you so much, Ma’am. / You’re welcome. Here it is. Thank you, thank you. The experiment starts again. I want to buy rice. / Yes, Sir. / I wanna buy rice. Rice. I want to buy rice. Yes, all of it. Sir, it’s fake money. What? Granpa Bagus wanted to buy rice,
but Caca said he gave her fake money. See? It’s a different money. Ask the woman. It’s a fake money, right? The woman in black shirt who saw the incident only commented and did nothing. I got it from a shop. / Which shop? Return the fake money. My vision is blurry. How dare that person
gave me fake money as the change? You’d better go back to that shop
and tell them that it’s fake money. Don’t scold him. Go back there, Sir. Sir, you should go back to that shop. Ma’am. A man in white shirt and a woman
in pink veil saw them arguing. No, this is fake money. What do I do, then? The man in white shirt with a hat
didn’t care and leave the shop. How about you give me the rice and I’ll be back here. /
We can’t do that, Sir. Not long after that, the woman in pink veil offered him a help to buy Granpa Bagus a litre of rice. Just give it to him. / Yes. You should thank her. Thank you, Ma’am. Ma’am, thank you. Experiment continues. What are you looking for, Sir? / I want To buy rice, Ma’am. Granpa Bagus came to the shop to buy some rice. Sir, you gave me fake money. Caca told him that he gave her fake money. Just ask the guy, it’s fake, right? / Yes, it is. This a change I got from that shop. / But you can’t give this away. Where did you the fake money? At first, the guy in grey shirt who wears a helmet only watched them. It’s a change from a shop. They used fake money. I have nothing else. /
What do you want to buy, Sir? / Rice. How much? As much as I can get. / Alright, Ma’am. The guy finally bought some rice for the old man. I’ll pay for it. Say thanks to the man. / Thank you. / Yes. / Thank you, Sir. The experiment starts again. I want to buy some rice, Ma’am. A guy in grey jacket was buying at the shop. Grandpa Bagus came to buy some rice. Sir, it’s a fake money. Haaa fake? Yes. Ask the man if you don’t believe it. It’s a fake money, isn’t it? Caca said it was a fake money. It’s a fake money. / Yes, it is. Can I borrow some? I’ll pay you back after I go home. No, you can’t do that, Sir. Don’t you have other money? The guy in grey jacket saw the incident but did nothing about it. It was a change. / I think you should go back to the shop. They used fake money. / Just a litre, please. / Yes, right. You can’t, even it’s only a litre. You should go back to that shop. You can go back here after you get the real money. While the old man pleaded to Caca, the white shirt man took out some money and asked his red-shirted daughter to pay the rice for him. Looking at Granpa Bagus and Caca arguing. Thank you, kid. Thank you. Here, I’m gonna buy it. Wait, later. Thank you, kid. I was waiting for my husband, I just got back from work and saw them arguing. Apparently the old man was given a fake money. I felt sorry for him because he just wanted to buy some rice. He wanted to eat but
he didn’t have any money. The old man gave fake money to buy some rice to the shop lady.
I just helped him right away. Well, I felt sorry for him. I pity the old man, he wanted to buy something.
I heard he had fake money, but I didn’t ask him. I just felt sorry for him. In this social experiment, apparently many people wanted to help Grandpa Bagus, even though there are some who looked ignorant and careless. Looking at an old man who has trouble with visions, we, as the healthier people, should’ve be more sympathic by helping him. God gave us power in order to give us strength to help others. Excuse me, May I sit here? Excuse me, You look handsome. You’re crazy. You are crazy. Girl, he is awful, I ask for money but I received nothing. Help me. I was asking for money. / It’s not right. Why are you angry? / You’re crazy. / You are. Shut up. / You’re attacking her. You’re annoying. / You are annoying. You are. Hey, don’t be like that.

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