- A thoughtful car guard has crept into many South African hearts after displaying true camaraderie
- A local woman recently shared on Facebook how the car guard had innovatively created windscreen shields for her car while she shopped
- Many South Africans loved the gesture, all of them flocking in numbers to commend the innovative car guard
A local car guard has received tons of praise from impressed South Africans. Their high praises come after the thoughtful man decided to help protect a woman's car from harsh sunlight while it was parked.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Moipone Tau shared the story of how she had come out of a shopping centre after doing her shopping to find that her windscreen was covered with cardboard boxes, which the young man was using as windscreen shields.
"Today I went shopping and spoke to a friendly car guard when I came back from the shops. He had made a windscreen shield for my car, wow that was so unexpected, he deserved a big tip this one, forgot his name will ask next time," she wrote in the caption of the post.
Stayers had this to say about the heartwarming Facebook post:
Wendy Gail Abrahams said:
"So thoughtful and sweet."
Tanya Mattinson said:
"Car guards are undervalued at most times."
Bruna Gillham said:
"Now that is what I'd call brilliant! Didn't just think out of the box, got out and used the box creatively! Well done young man! "
Cookie Beard said:
"Obviously enjoys his job and loves people. Well done young man."
In similar touching Briefly.co.za reports, many South Africans are no strangers to tough times. Losing money can be a very heartbreaking experience while randomly picking it up can bring so much joy.
This is why giving the money back to the person who lost it can take a great amount of decency - a quality possessed by only a few. When a car guard named Thabang, who found a stranger's money laying in a parking lot, returned the money to the stranger, he was dubbed a hero.
Franco Mbhu took to Facebook to share the story of how he had lost his R600 cash in the parking lot at Boulder shopping mall in Midrand. But soon had it returned to him by a honest car guard working in the lot.
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