“Wow”: A Johannesburg Good Samaritan Brings a Smile to a Stranger

“Wow”: A Johannesburg Good Samaritan Brings a Smile to a Stranger

- A proud man based in Johannesburg has shared a heartwarming story of a Good Samaritan who helped him with a photocopy at a traffic department

- Benedict Shawn Little says he went to the Randburg traffic department with his daughter and struggled for a photocopy but a Good Samaritan was generous enough to plug his machine on the street

- Benedict’s post on the good man has attracted massive reactions from his followers on the social networking application

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It’s another story of a Good Samaritan who has actually gone out of his way to inspire and help someone in Johannesburg is becoming a hit on social media.

According to a post shared by Benedict Shawn Little via ImStaying Facebook page, a man came from nowhere to help ease his stress whilst looking for a photocopy just outside the Randburg traffic department.

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He says he wanted to make a photocopy of a learner’s licence and as he was struggling, a man came up with a plan and made means for him to get the copy as quickly as possible.

Benedict Shawn Little has praised the Good Samaritan who helped him to print a photocopy on the street. Image: BenedictShawnLittle/Facebook
Benedict Shawn Little has praised the Good Samaritan who helped him to print a photocopy on the street. Image: BenedictShawnLittle/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Said Benedict on Facebook:

“Frustration balanced by innovation! So, today at the Traffic Dept in Randburg, after standing in the queue to pay for her driver's appointment, only to find that she needed a photocopy of her learner's license.
“My daughter was in tears. Fortunately, this helpful gentleman came to our rescue and made a copy for her right there in the street.
“He hooked up his copier to a borrowed truck battery with a transformer. This truly made our day and the trip worthwhile.”

Taking a glance at the comments section, Mzansi is definitely thrilled to see there are still good people like the unnamed man out there.

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@Lenika Beni said:

"An entrepreneur in the house, genius on the spot thinking, his service could put any ministry office in the eye.”

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Benedict Shawn Little has praised the Good Samaritan who helped him to print a photocopy on the street. Image: BenedictShawnLittle/Facebook
Benedict Shawn Little has praised the Good Samaritan who helped him to print a photocopy on the street. Image: BenedictShawnLittle/Facebook
Source: Facebook

@Carol Hodgkinson said:

“Awesome! Bless you, for helping that young lady! That would never happen anywhere else in the World! Go South Africans.”

@Linsday Viljoen said:

“Amazing, I love the can-do spirit in South Africa. Kim Berley, your guys at work need to take lessons.”

@Maki Mofokeng-Maduna said:

“The world would be a better place if all people were thinking and doing things like this helpful gentleman.”

@Rozalia Mackers said:

“And then the minister wants engineers from outside proudly South Africa, just give the men a bells.”

@Voi Cloete said:

“That’s amazing - that someone should go to such lengths. May he be blessed.”

@Irene Aucamp said:

“I would pay anything for that copy.”

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@Patti Pienaar-Taylor said:

“Awesome. That’s really out of your way to help.”

Briefly News reported that South Africans are coming to love popular Good Samaritan Bi Phakathi for his many examples of benevolence.

This website previously reported that Bi Phakathi came across two homeless men and blessed them abundantly.

Upon hearing that they had little food to eat, Phakathi treated them with lunch and bought groceries.

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