Volunteers clean up Centurion post office after Facebook complaints

Volunteers clean up Centurion post office after Facebook complaints

- Melanie Gardner, a Centurion resident, noticed a local post office was dirty and unhygienic

- She raised the concern via a post in a Facebook community page

- 2 men subsequently volunteered to clean up the post office

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Two Centurion residents volunteered to clean up the Wierdapark Post Office after reading about its unhygienic state on Facebook.

Another resident, Melanie Gardner, first shared her concerns about the Office's "dirty gutters and filthy floors" on People Who Live in Centurion Too's Facebook page about a week ago.

When she visited it yesterday, she was pleasantly surprised to find Hermann Vorster and an unnamed man cleaning it up, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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When Melanie asked Hermann what prompted them to clean the Office, he cited her Facebook post. She applauded the volunteers:

This man and his worker deserves our total gratitude and most importantly RESPECT! Thank you very very much! I have faith in humanity again.

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Melanie's post inspired many Facebook users. It has amassed over 1,000 reactions, 180 shares, and 130 comments so far.

Commenters joined her in praising the two selfless volunteers. Cas Badenhorst wrote:

Take your hats off to the guys who tried to clean it up they are REAL people.

Janet Kobrin also wrote:

Wow wow wow! Well done. Not many would go out of their way to clean up for others with no thought of reward. Fantastic!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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