'Early morning kindness': Man filmed giving petrol attendants money

'Early morning kindness': Man filmed giving petrol attendants money

A man was caught on CCTV cameras stopping at a gas station to give the petrol attendants money.

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Last week Friday, a man stopped at BP Midland Motors in Ladysmith where he gave money to a group of petrol attendants.

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The video shows the motorist pulling up to a gas pump in a red Volkswagen Polo. However, instead of filling up his car, he starts to talk to the petrol attendants before handing each of them money.

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According to Good Things Guy, a source, whose name is reportedly Bronwen Harrison, claimed the motorist gave each petrol attendant a R100.

Harrison added the petrol jockeys were surprised by the man's kindness but they were very grateful. After learning about the kind gesture, the garage owner looked at the CCTV footage and the video has since been posted on social media.

The video was shared on Facebook by Jess Smith, who captioned the footage: "Some early morning kindness."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported South Africans showed up for a student whose family could not attend his graduation. The young man took to social media to invite tweeps to his special day and the reaction was overwhelming.

From free photographers to transport money for his mother, Mzansi went the extra mile to help the graduate.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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