- A Cape Town restaurant took to their Facebook page to share a story about a whopping R4 000 tip for charity left by a patron
- Massimo's is a pizza place situated in Hout Bay that started a 'Pay It Forward' initiative recently
- The patron's bill was just over R400 and instead of giving the norm of 10% as a tip, they went over and above for charity
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A Cape Town-based restaurant shared a wonderful post where a patron left a R4 000 tip for charity. The pizza place shared a picture of the patron's bill where their order amounted to just R415.
Massimo's is based in Hout Bay and they started a 'Pay It Forward' initiative recently. This initiative allows patrons to virtually purchase pizza slices. The restaurant then delivers the slices or full pizzas to local organisations or charities. They captioned the post:
"Sometimes we get a reminder that 'angels' exist... 400 #payitforward slices means we have 66 more pizzas to donate!!! Grazie. We really have great clients."
Take a look at the original post below:
Facebook users were taken aback by the generous donation and shared their thoughts in the comments section.
Holly Gilbert-Jones said:
"Holy moly. That's wonderful!"
Gonda Betrix wrote:
"Fantastic, thanks for sharing."
Terence van der Walt commented:
Jayani Loren Human added:
In other news about good Samaritans, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a Joburg man who fed the homeless on his birthday. A Johannesburg man is being praised after he spent his birthday feeding the homeless around the CBD. Letlhogonolo Motseeng shared images of his good deed to Facebook, saying that he met "amazing souls". Letlhogonolo captioned his amazing post:
"Spent my birthday in the streets of Joburg CBD with these amazing souls. I had some good conversations with some of them, gave them food and masks. Now my heart is fulfilled."
His post was reshared to the #ImStaying group by Boitshoko Magetse and Stayers showered the young man with compliments. Letlhogonolo's good deed crept into the heart of many South Africans who said he is the reason they are staying.
Facebook user, Emeldah Sibongile Mashabathakga said:
"Wow, thanks to you my brother. May God bless you and your family. Love what you have done."
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