Selfless petrol attendant loans woman his car: "What a sweet person"

Selfless petrol attendant loans woman his car: "What a sweet person"

- Laine Herman shared a beautiful story about the help she received from Clement, who works at a nearby petrol station

- Laine was having issues with her car and needed to pick her children up from school so Clement offered his car for her use

- Clement also organised a tow-truck and someone to fix Laine's car for her

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An amazing petrol attendant by the name of Clement has received a heartfelt thank-you message from Laine Herman. According to Laine, she went to a Total petrol station as the "low oil" signal has appeared on her dashboard.

After sorting out the issue with her oil, her car then refused to move. Laine had to pick her children up from school and had no one in the area to assist her. Clement asked if she knew how to drive a manual car and before you know it, he had parked his car next to hers.

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Not only did Clement allow Laine to use his car to pick up her children and drop them off at home, but he also organised a tow-truck and someone to fix the car. Laine is more than grateful for the help she received and shared so on the #ImStaying group on Facebook.

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This amazing man allowed a stranger to use his car to pick up her children from school. Source: Laine Herman / Facebook
Source: Facebook

Laine ended her post by saying:

"Thank you Clement, you were truly the knight in shining armour. I pray that God will bless you beyond measure. #imstaying #total #actofkindness"

Briefly.co.za took to the #ImStaying comments section to see what some Stayers had to say.

Mondo Lange said:

"This is beautiful. I wish there were more people like him in the world."

André Lefu wrote:

"This is unbelievable, not because it's untrue, but it's unbelievable because the human race has made it difficult for us to see such as a normal act of humanity. So many things could've gone wrong here, but the beauty of it all, as unbelievable as it is, is that it gives us hope. I applaud the chap for this, it's absolutely beyond amazing."
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Carol Hendricks commented:

"What a sweet person, God bless you, but be careful, the world is full of bad people out there. Let's just pray that God will just protect you and keep on blessing you for what you're doing."

Jester T Maphisa added:

"Wow! Thanks Clement for such kindness. Great demonstration of how we should treat each other. You're destined for brighter lights."

In other news about good Samaritans, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a community that worked together to build a home for a struggling family. South Africa is known for its close-knit communities that would do anything for each other.

A post by Butho Vuthela Highly Favoured on Facebook proved just that and showed the amazing spirit of Ubuntu we have in our rainbow nation. According to Butho, a community with the help and support of Facebook friends and family was able to build a home for a struggling member of the community.

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They managed to build a sturdy and beautiful home for the lady and her children. Butho said it would be the first time the lady and her children would be living in a "decent" home. This definitely shows how Saffas come together for a good cause.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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