- The man came out of his SUV and helped a boy fix his broken bicycle
- He did not mind the rain as he spent about five minutes in it as he tried to help the white boy
- His good deed was lauded widely by many people on social who thanked him for his selflessness
A man in the US recently restored humanity in people after stopping whatever he was doing to help a boy fix his broken bicycle.
The Black man, whose name is yet to be identified was captured on camera fixing a white boy's bike in rain.
The man did not mind the rain and did not leave the boy alone in trouble before fixing the broken bike.
A photo of the man helping the boy who was with his friend was shared on Facebook by one Wilson Curtis.
According to Curtis, the man spent about five minutes in the rain trying to fix the little one's bike.
The boys were happy and left the scene with smiles on their faces, same as the good samaritan.
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''#YourfeelGoodForTheDay Pull up to the hardware store and saw this go down.. Dude literally in the pouring rain coming out to his SUV sees these two young boys, one pushing his broken bike stops everything he is doing and spent five minutes getting drenched fixing it for little man… they rode off happy AF and he just left with a smile on his face.. gave me one too! High Five to you #GoodSamaritan #TrueAmerica #RestoredFaithInHumanity," Curtis wrote.
Many people were impressed by the man's good deeds and took to the comments section of Curtis' post to laud him.
Briefly News earlier reported how Emily Hein-Visagie took the #ImStaying group on Facebook to share her inspiring story about how she was able to help an elderly couple.
She was behind the couple at the till and noticed that the cashier was ringing back some toiletries the couple could not afford.
Emily took the opportunity to do a good deed and paid for the items which included bath soap, toothpaste, lotion and roll on.
She asked the cashier to ring their items up with hers and handed them to the elderly couple who were very grateful.
They waited outside the store to introduce themselves and thanked Emily for her kindness.
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