After winning a beauty contest, the teenager knelt before her mother, who worked as a garbage collector

For residents of many Asian countries, kneeling before someone signifies the highest form of respect, regardless of the situation.

After winning a beauty contest, Hanitta knelt before her mother, who, in order to provide for the family, worked as a garbage collector.

This noble gesture by the Thai beauty queen, captured in a photo, was witnessed by thousands of people who praised the kindness of the young girl.

After winning a beauty contest, the teenager knelt before her mother, who worked as a garbage collector

Hanitta Mint Fasaeng, a 17-year-old teenager, won the national contest “Miss Uncensored News Thailand 2015.”

Shortly after, the beauty queen returned to her hometown to thank her mother on her knees because her success was due to her adorable mother who raised her while working as a garbage collector.

Hanitta grew up in a needy family. Her father left their family when she was young.

Her mother couldn’t even afford to send the future beauty queen to university after she graduated.

After winning a beauty contest, the teenager knelt before her mother, who worked as a garbage collector

According to Hanitta, she was never ashamed of her mother. The teenager recounted that she and her mother earned their living by working honestly.

“There’s no reason for me to be ashamed,” she said.

After her victory, she was offered jobs in advertising, cinema, and television. But, according to the young girl, her mother always wished to continue picking up and recycling waste.

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After winning a beauty contest, the teenager knelt before her mother, who worked as a garbage collector
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