Restaurant worker does his bit for humanity, helps father and daughter

Restaurant worker does his bit for humanity, helps father and daughter

- A young South Africa lady recently took to Facebook to share a heartfelt post about how a kid man helped her and her dad

- According to the post, the two of them experienced a flat tyre when a restaurant employee came to the rescue and drove them to replace the tyre

- Facebookers loved the post. Many of them took ti the comment section to commend the young man for his spirit of ubuntu

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A young South African man recently helped a stranded father and daughter experience their "ImStaying" moment. According to an ImStaying post made by the grateful daughter, Melissa Ellis she and her father experienced a broken tyre.

Soon they were forced to stop and sort out the issue but this meant buying a brand new tyre. Noticing that they were in need of assistance, a kind Debonairs worker, Sithandiwe, decided to offer Melissa's dad a ride to go and buy the new tyre.

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"My dad and I were driving and all of a sudden his bakkie had some serious drag. Pulled into the nearest parking lot (Oribi Plaza, Port Shepstone) and my dad proceeded to loosen the wheel nuts.
"So Sithandiwe, one of the Debonairs employees, volunteered to drive my dad across the busy road to the tyre place, as we didn't have a spare tyre. He waited around until the new tyre was on the bakkie, even though his shift has ended. There was no hesitation on his part to help a fellow South African. For that reason, #ImStaying," Melissa explained.
Restaurant worker does his bit for humanity, helps father and daughter

Sithandiwe helped a father and daughter after they experienced a burst tyre. Image: Melissa Ellis
Source: Facebook

Stayers had this to say:

Alida Wray said:

"Thanks, Sithandiwe you are an angel. God bless you all."

Elsa Du Buisson said:

"I am proud of you,"

In similar heartwarming news, a young lady recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share how she decided to spend her birthday month taking care of the less fortunate as opposed to spoiling herself as people usually do on their birthdays.

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The kind-hearted young woman made the generous decision to put together grocery parcels for people who are struggling to make a living this festive season. Her touching post includes a picture of the food parcels that she made.

"Since is my birthday month, I have decided to bless eight families with Christmas food parcels. There is nothing that makes me happy and fulfill by putting a smile on someone s face.ImStaying," she heartily captioned the post.

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