- A South African woman recently headed to Facebook to thank a kind man for giving her a ride after she was left stranded
- According to the woman, she had been stranded by a train that supposedly stopped functioning when the kind man came to her rescue
- Many headed to the comment section to join her in thanking the man for his kindness
A woman with a grateful heart, Evo Dia recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about a kind man that came to her rescue after she was left stranded by a train miles away from her home.
Her post included a nice picture of herself and the kind man whose name she did not mention. She did however say that he had taken her to Frankford which was a whole 27 miles away from where she was left stranded.
"Masks were removed only for the photo... This guy took us to Frankford which is 27km from where we were stranded, failed by a train without thinking twice. Our lives were in danger as there was no road coming to the point. Bcos of this Beautiful soul I'm Staying," she wrote with a heart full of gratefulness.
Neo St. Dunstan Masitsa said:
"There's no color in compassion and no hate in humanity."
Irene Ferreira Aucamp said:
"Frankfort is very close to the little town where I grew up. Good people there!"
Cuteness Beauty Peageant joked:
"Imstaying too lady, but are you sure gore dis is only abt rescuing, or there's something else going there?"
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, receiving a present, no matter how small or how grand, can make anyone's day. @_nomangesi's present from her man had her smiling from ear to ear in excitement. She shared pics of herself and her gift to Twitter.
The young lady also attached a screenshot of the conversation she had with her bae prior to receiving the gift. He sweetly asked her to make her way back home after a meeting. He added that she should let him know before she leaves her office.
To her surprise, her man bought her a BMW. She happily posed in front of her whip with a bouquet of flowers.
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