- Teo Jordan is being hailed as a hero after helping an old man with his groceries following an argument with a store cashier
- The 18-year-old Jordan, who is from Covington in the United States, says he heard the cashier instructing the old man to return the food items, and that’s why he paid for them
- Jordan is an employee of the same grocery store and explains he wanted to save his salary to buy a car; however, his plan will be slightly delayed due to his generosity
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A teenager, Teo Jordan from the United States, is trending for all the right reasons after helping an old man with his groceries. The 18-year-old is reported to have shown a generous heart to the old guy.
According to Shareably, Jordan is based in Covington, Kentucky and proved that a kind heart is still something that can be shown anywhere.
It is reported that the teenager heard the cashier telling the old man to return some groceries after failing to pay for them. But the young man decided to jump in and pay the bill.
Teo Jordan explains why he really wanted to help the old man with groceries
WTHR carried the same report that the young boy is now being celebrated around the world for his generosity. Teo recounted the details of what transpired at one of the grocery stores in Covington. He told WLWT-TV:
“I saw I wanted to help the guy. I saw that he didn’t have the money for all the groceries that he wanted. The cashier told him he would have to put some of the things back, so I just thought in my head I would give him this $35 so he could have all the food that he wants.”
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It is also mentioned that the young man has been working at the Kroger grocery store as a packer for weeks. Jordan explained that his aim is to buy a car but it seems his plan will be delayed a bit.
Good Samaritan saves the day by helping hit-and-run victim
In another beautiful story regarding kindness, Briefly News reported that Naquita Whittles took to Facebook to share an amazing story about her horrible experience on the N2.
She was involved in a hit-and-run with a truck and thought that she'd never been able to get the driver's details for an insurance claim.
However, that was when Sanele from Sanele's Transport appeared and managed to get the truck driver to stop so that Naquita could get his details.
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Source: Briefly News