Scared homeless man nearly runs away as Samaritan tries to feed him

Scared homeless man nearly runs away as Samaritan tries to feed him

- Popular Good Samaritan, BI Phakathi, is involved in another trending video showing an act of kindness

- The footage reveals Phakathi feeding a group of 6 homeless men

- The generous act was so unexpected that 1 of the men tried running away at first

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Well-known Good Samaritan, BI Phakathi, regularly makes a difference in people’s lives through his random acts of kindness.

His latest good deed is trending again after it was caught on camera and shared via Facebook.

In the video, Phakathi starts off by ordering six meals at KFC.

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He then approaches a group of homeless men and blesses them with it.

One of the men is so hungry that he devours the first piece of chicken in a matter of seconds.

Phakathi slows things down and asks the men to pray first and then proceeds to encourage them.

The beautiful video has already attracted more than 200 comments and Briefly.co.za observed some of the reactions.

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Bernadette Eloise Ryan said, “So wonderful Sir. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. God be so proud of you. He is so glad the minute you wake up every morning.”
Jason Estantino added, “I hope you have a great meal today as well! You are changing lives, Including my own with these videos! Thanks again!”
Carol Oxley commented, “Bless you... an angel of God.”
Leander Jessie Abbott said, “So humbling and kind. I hope you keep spreading kindness Bi because you’re changing lives one at a time and influencing others to do the same. Blessings.”

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