SAUDI FAMILY GIVES ROYAL FAREWELL TO 35-YEAR LONG SERVING INDIAN WORKER

A Saudi family held a warm farewell reception for their Indian house help, who spent 35 years working for them in agriculture and as a waiter, serving coffee at the family’s highway rest house for motorists passing by the remote mountainous area between Hail and Al-Jouf, in the north of the country.

The reception with all the family members of the Saudi family lining up to say goodbye to their loyal house worker has gone viral.

The Indian man, Mido Sheerian, had spent 35 years working as a waiter, serving coffee at the family rest house for motorists passing by, Saudi Gazette reported.

Apart from the grand farewell, the family also gifted him a large sum of money, including the pension he had accrued in over three decades of his service.

Mido came to Saudi Arabia in the early 80s  and will finally go back to his family.