Good Samaritan buys trolley full of groceries for grateful car guard

Good Samaritan buys trolley full of groceries for grateful car guard

BI Phakathi has once again helped a man with food. In a video shared on social media, the Good Samaritan was seen giving a trolley full of groceries to a grateful car guard. Social media users were touched by the kind act.

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Phakathi shared the video on his Facebook account. He approached a car guard and began handing him food. He eventually told the grateful man to take everything in the trolley. The car guard, identified as Hannes, recognised Phakathi and asked him if he's a pastor. He then continued to ask if he was the one who posted videos on Facebook, helping people - Phakathi denied this.

Social media users were inspired by his act of kindness. Facebook user Manga Letty said:

"Sometimes I run out of words, I don't know what to say, my tears keep failing when I see you doing something like this, tears of joy of course. God bless you man."

Ompidiez Sengwaketse said:

"I almost cried. This is so amazing and I am very much humbled by your gesture."

Marilize Cory said:

"So I did it yesterday at our local Spar, and just ask them to pay it forward. It was just bread, milk and colddrink, but for them it was amazing. You are an inspiration to do something for others. God bless."

Gogo VaDante said:

"To wake up to you Phakhati doing such a good deed gives me the inspiration to help others, no matter how small, in kind or whichever way that that I can to cheer up someone or change their lives today. You are teaching us the best lessons of humankind…"

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Jennifer C. Lu said:

"I always watched your video sir, yu are truly an inspiration to many, I may not be able to do the same thing you did but I made sure to help on my own small little way, more power sir and God bless! - A follower from Philippines currently living in Taiwan"

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