Kind Samaritan uses 1st paycheck to buy an elderly man groceries

Kind Samaritan uses 1st paycheck to buy an elderly man groceries

- A man was filmed doing a good deed and it inspired social media users

- The kind man was unemployed for two years and he decided to do something good with his first salary

- So, he used the money he earned to buy a man everything he wanted

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On Friday, Bi Phakathi posted a video on his social media page showing a kind stranger blessing an elderly man. gathered the Good Samaritan, Sean Hylton, was unemployed for two years and when he finally landed a job he decided to give back to someone else.

So, he used his first salary to buy the madala groceries at a local store.

The post was captioned:

"He didn't work for two years but when he got a job on his first salary he decided to buy this old man everything he wants."

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The video gathered over 70 000 views since it was posted on Facebook. South Africans applauded the man for his act of kindness and we took a look at some of the comments the video gathered.

Erykah Lesiba Kekana commented: "This guy can have all the hectares of the land he wants. I respect him. Mr Phakathi you served as an inspiration."
Lynette Cornelissen van Rooyen added: "I wish more people can open their hearts like this. God will bless you."
James Marsh wrote: "Wow so awesome to see great acts of love and kindness. No one knows what life has ahead of them. A full bank account today and insufficient funds tomorrow."
Maria Nyika said: "If we all had such great love for each other then none would sleep with an empty stomach. Lord give us the spirit to share what we have with others."

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