- A grateful South African woman has taken to Facebook to thank the man who helped her after she experienced car trouble
- She also shared a picture of the man who received thousands of compliments for his helpfulness and his sexy legs
- Stayers also joined in on thanking the man for his great act of kindness
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A grateful South African has taken to Facebook's popular group ImStaying to share why she is choosing to stay in our beautiful country. Vedah TeeVee Nkuna took to the app to share the story of how a kind man helped her in a time of need.
According to Vedah, she was driving along a busy Ruimsig road in Johannesburg West when the car she was driving suddenly stopped working. She then explains how many motorists who were annoyed that their car was causing traffic, failed to stop and offer help - all except one man who said his name was Lanz.
"My cousin Beaulah Modjadji Massyn and I were on the way from fetching her boy from school when my car decided to stop in the middle of a busy traffic just opposite to Ruimsig country estate.
"Just as other motor vehicles passed and most of them were pissed. This gentleman right here however, asked if he could help us. He then made a u-turn to come and help us. With men like him, South Africa will be a better country. He said his name is Lanz, not sure if I wrote his name right," she gushed in the Facebook post.
Facebookers and Stayers were moved by Lanz's act of kindness - they were equally moved by his sexy muscular legs, heading to the comment section to share many compliments with the sexy local hero.
One person, Kedibone Kekana hilariously wrote:
"Lanz Vul'gate. Open the gate 2 your heart. Open Lanz anything you want neh."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a woman with a grateful heart, Michelle Breytenbach has taken to Facebook's feel-good group, ImStaying group to share just how thankful she is for the municipality workers who are working on fixing her blocked drain.
According to Michelle, the municipality workers, who she also shared a beautiful picture of, have been working terribly hard while finishing a job of unblocking a drain on her property. In her post, she explains that they have worked tirelessly not allowing anything to deter them from finishing the job.
"Today I'm grateful for the wonderful team from Ekurhuleni Council who have worked for hours trying to fix a blocked drain on our property. It's late and getting dark but they are still persevering. So nice to see the level of service and commitment. Very grateful,' she wrote in the heartwarming Facebook post.
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