I was stranded at the tram station because my cc was not accepted by the machine, i spoke with one of the inspectors who decided to buy me the ticket from his purse and he did not ask what my name is.
Few times i have had to stop at fuel station to inflate my tyres and had to ask guys to help me with it they usually do that and go their way.
I had to change my tyre one very cold evening and asked a male passing by to help with it, because of the cold he asked me to sit in the car while he fixed the spare tyre for me, he didnt ask to know me better
I had a heavy luggage sometimes and while alighting from the plane a guy offered to carry it for me out of the airport and he was ok with just thank you.
I was asking a guy who was driving a space bus for direction while it was raining and despite that it wasnt his way he offered to drop me there and he didnt ask where i live. ALL these guys are foreigners.
Now, i remember very well that while at home i have had to ask for similar favours from men and if they do such favour they will end with either wanting to know you better, asking where you live, where you school, your phone no and generally the next thing is they want to go out with you, infact a very close family friend who also was my teacher in the sunday school promised to help me out of a tight financial situation sometimes ago and when i went for it he told me to sleep over with him or he would not be able to help me, i had to take a 'lift' back to school and the 'good samaritan' who gave me the lift also did not go without taking my name and address so he could visit and that brought the question 'cant Nigerian men do females favour for free?'