- The video of a man helping a pregnant hawker with a Christmas gift has got people praising him
- In the clip, the man bought all the oranges of the woman and gave her a hamper, asking her to take care of her pregnancy
- While some people said it is a show-off as a camera was present, others said the man's act is very motivating
As Christmas is a day away, a video of a Good Samaritan helping a pregnant orange seller has gone viral, leaving people to praise his generous act.
After the man called the orange seller, he carried all her tray of oranges as if he was buying everything and poured them into his car booth. When he returned with the tray, he gave her a hamper.
At the sight of the gift, the woman went straight on her knees despite being heavily pregnant. The man also presented her with a cash gift, asking her to start a more lucrative business.
The man asked the woman to accept his little token and take care of her unborn baby.
Watch the video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions to the post:
"Why is he doing that in front of cameras mxm."
"In front of Camera? you can tell from the video that the stuff was recorded distance away, there was nothing he could do to stop that.. u too go help someone all u do is criticise others, Bad belle."
"I don't know if I am the only one that sees it this way... Some people find it as a show-off, giving away gifts on camera, but to some extent, I see it as a source of inspiration... A good deed or Bad one can only be judged by intentions."
"Christmas came early for her. God bless you real good."
"Wow, can't believe I cried. The fact that the lady was pregnant. Work is not money, but divine grace of God. I pray everyone struggling out there find help from unexpected places. Yet some people are out there just to stole, May God reward their hustle too."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a man identified as Ebuka beat many sons to it this year as he got his mum an early Christmas gift.
Ebuka bought the mother a Lexus jeep and posted photos of the new whip on the internet which he captioned:
"Early Christmas present for my mom."
The man's father could not hide his joy as he sent his son a long chat of appreciation and prayer, calling him a "wonderful son".
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