Samaritan buys homeless man a week's food, gets refused by shop

Samaritan buys homeless man a week's food, gets refused by shop

A disappointed Bi Phakathi took to social media to share how a shop refused the help when he wanted to buy a week's worth of food for a homeless man.

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Bi Phakathi has built himself as reputation as a Good Samaritan - Briefly.co.za previously reported he visited a family whose shack burned down, buying them food and praying for them.

Now, he attempted to help a homeless man by buying him a week's worth of food. Phakathi went into a store and asked to buy the man, whom was seated a table in the restaurant, some food.

He is then heard asking if he can pay for five days' meals and then the man can just pop in each day to collect his food.

However, the store refused to help the homeless man and the manager claimed it would interfere with her stock-taking.

Taking to social media, Phakathi shared how the shop refused the help, captioning the video:

"This shop refused to serve the poor homeless man food."

However, he was not going to let someone stand in his way of helping the man and he took him to another restaurant for food.

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His dedication to buy the homeless man food gathered an applause on social media and Mzansi praised him for his kindness.

Lesley Morkel commented: "God will judge them but anyway..thank you so much for your deeds."
Lorette Potgieter said: "You're doing such awesome good deeds."
Matome Eleas wrote: "If this brother can do this inspirational deeds then how would others fail to give just a storage for something which was bought from their shop?"
Easter Mhlanga added: "Poor service she needs to humble herself."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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