Woman thanks kind man who refused her money after helping her

Woman thanks kind man who refused her money after helping her

- A woman shared a story about how a kind stranger helped her recently

- When she tried to pay him, he refused the money

- Social media couldn't help but admire the stranger's kindness

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A woman has shared a story about the generosity of stranger. The man offered her a lift and treated her with unexpected kindness. When the grateful woman offered to pay him, he refused the money.

Melissa Isaacs shared her story on the 'Im Staying' group on Facebook. The stranger's name is Dawie Kruger and he left Melissa in awe with his kindness. She was looking for a lift to Cape Town and he offered to take her.

"I overslept and this beautiful gentleman said he will wait for me. He even took a detour which was far from where he was heading just to make sure that I am safe and on time."
Woman thanks kind man who refused her money after helping her

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

The man refused to take any money from her and said that she could buy a cup of coffee for herself instead.

"Mr Kruger thank you for restoring my faith in humanity, thank you for being this amazing wonderful selfless caring and kind human being"

Social media users were also impressed by Kruger's kindness. Facebook user Wilma van der Merwe said:

"We can a make it work just by being more caring."

Fhumulani Perseverance said:

"More reasons to stay."

Barbara Barrett said:

"There are still many good, caring people in our country. So pleased he could help you out."

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Maria S. Boonzaier said:

"Heartwarming to know there is still humanity in this country ...wow there is still hope."

Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman shared a story about the kindness of a stranger recently. While speeding on the road, her tyre burst and forced her to stop. Stranded in the middle of nowhere, the woman was fearing the worst until a kind man pulled up beside her. Mpho Pelele-Tlholakae also shared her story on the Facebook group "ImStaying".

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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