Kind tweep donates hoodie to homeless person during cold weather

Kind tweep donates hoodie to homeless person during cold weather

- Lindo Sithole donated a hoodie to a homeless man

- He urged his followers on Twitter to give to those who can't afford

- Tweeps commended him for his kindness

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A kind tweep based in Johannesburg recently donated his self-branded hoodie to a homeless man to help him cope with the cold weather.

Lindo Sithole shared photos of himself and the homeless man on his Twitter profile on 2 July, Briefly.co.za learned. He accompanied them with the caption:

Let's give those who can't afford. Unfortunately I can't afford to give you a lot of money, but I hope this Hoody will play a part in this winter. God Bless. Umuntu umuntu ngabantu.

The hoodie was branded "Lin Dough," which Lindo also uses as his Twitter handle. His profile indicates that he's a musical artiste and a brand ambassador.

His heartwarming post has gone viral, racking up over 800 retweets and 5,300 likes so far. Tweeps commended him for his kindness and generosity. See some of their reactions below.

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South Africa is full of inspiring stories of how people reach out to help the homeless in society.

Recently, Briefly.co.za covered the story of Kaitlin Leisegang, who witnessed a kind woman helping out a homeless man during a raging storm.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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