Zomato Shuts Down Bigoted Customer Who Cancelled Food Delivery From Non-Hindu, Says 'Food Doesn't Have Religion', Wins Hearts
Zomato gives perfect reply to customer (Photo Credits: File Image)

Online food ordering is the way to be these days in the hectic schedules. Zomato is one of the popular food delivery services in the country. The food delivery service which is known for being very witty and active on their social media platforms has won hearts with their reply to a bigoted customer. A certain customer posted on Twitter that he cancelled his order on Zomato because the delivery guy was Non-Hindu. He also said that he did not want the refund. Replying to his tweet, Zomato wrote that 'Food doesn’t have a religion. It is a religion,' which is winning the hearts of everyone. Pooja Singh Refuses Help From Airtel's Muslim Customer Executive! Defends Herself After Being Trolled for Demanding a 'Hindu Representative'.

Clearly involving religion into such matters is quite unnecessary and when a social media user wanted to drag it in, Zomato gave a befitting reply. The customer mentioned that he cancelled his food order because his delivery boy was not a Hindu. In what seemed like purposely spewing hate on the social media platform, Zomato smartly shut down the hater. They said there is just one religion that is food and all the food lovers are united! 'Guys Kabhi Kabhi' Campaign for Zomato Home-Cooked Food Service Copied by YouTube India, Amazon and Others, Food App Trolls Everyone Like a Boss!

Check Customer's Tweet About Cancelling Zomato Order:

Zomato Gave a Perfect Reply:

People loved the way Zomato tackled with the hater. The tweet quickly garnered over 18,000 likes. People also commented that such big brands should take steps to drive out such hatred and take a united stand. In fact, the company's founder Deepinder Goyal also tweeted that they do not mind losing some business if it goes against their integrity.

As varied opinions flooded the comments section, the customer tweeted saying that he did not want his food to be delivered by a Muslim man, as the auspicious Hindu month of Sawan is ongoing.

Here is the Tweet:

People appreciated Zomato's reply and it was indeed a great way of shutting down a bigot customer. Zomato will sure get brownie points and probably a little more business for their stand today.