- A good Samaritan surprised a car guard with an amazing gift
- He gave Heinz the car guard a trolley-full of groceries and R500 in cash
- Heinz was stunned and even started to cry at the amazing generosity of the stranger.
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BI Phakathi posted a video on Facebook of a good Samaritan who did something amazing for a car guard called Heinz.
The video shows the good Samaritan walking with the car guard engaged in small talk with him.
He asks the Heinz about his family and where he stays, including when he gets paid. Heinz explains that he doesn't have a payday but gets paid in tips.
The car guard answers in short replies but he is taken aback by one particular question:
"So if I give you these groceries, what will you do?"
It seems as if he is not sure how to answer but finally says:
"I'll probably divide it between my son and my daughter."
The good Samaritans asks, "Are you serious? Take it, it's yours."
At this point, half the groceries are packed into the man's car and he proceeds to put it back into the trolley to the disbelief of the car guard.
Heinz had a huge smile on his face. It got bigger when the good Samaritan handed him R500 in cash.
"Do you believe in miracles? OK, this is one of your miracles," he tells Heinz, who at this point is actually starting to tear up he is so emotional.
Heinz says that nothing this big has ever happened to him before.
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The video has gone viral with over a million views and over 5 000 shares on Facebook.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a Twitter user with the handle @ERalethole took to the social media platform to share an inspiring story.
Although he did not write a lengthy post, the photos @ERalethole shared spoke a thousand words. The good Samaritan saw a homeless man and decided to bless him.
He bought the man food and sat down to eat with him. @ERalethole then took the man shopping before helping him clean up with a haircut.
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