Woman Thanks ‘Angel’ for Changing Her Flat Tyre in Rainy and Wet Weather

Woman Thanks ‘Angel’ for Changing Her Flat Tyre in Rainy and Wet Weather

  • A woman has taken to Facebook to praise a man who came to her aid during stormy weather and helped change her tyre
  • Roelet Wolhuter wrote about the Good Samaritan's good deed on Facebook's #imstaying social media page
  • Peeps online was overwhelmed by gratitude and also thanked the man for going out of his way to lend a helping hand

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A woman has taken to social media to thank a man who helped change her tyre. Image: Roelet Wolhuter/ Facebook
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A grateful woman has gone onto Facebook to thank a man who helped her with a flat tyre and Mzansi seconded her praises.

Medical consultant at Liberty Life Roelet Wolhuter said she discovered she has a flat tyre on a cold and rainy day and luckily a Good Samaritan came to her aid.

“Nicolaas not only changed my spare tyre but also repaired the flat tyre so that I can get home safe.”

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Wolhuter wrote her message of thanks on the #instaying Facebook group.

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Carol Hodgkinson reacted:

“That's awesome thank you, Nicholas!”

Zane Howes said:

“That's awesome.”

Desiree van Wyk added:

“Thank you for the lovely compliment, Roelet. I will pass the message on to Nicolaas.”

Rowaida Cloete added:

“Wow! That's awesome!”

Ruth Lorraine Erasmus – Clark said:

“That's awesome! Congratulations.”

Kgatla Jacqueline Mmakgoale said:


Carol Ford added:


Rowaida Cloete commented:

“Wow! That's awesome!”

Good Samaritan helps woman recover r5 000 from ATM, she almost lost it all

Previously Briefly News wrote about Thandi MaMkhwanazi Mchunu who took to Facebook to share an amazing experience she had while withdrawing money from an ATM.

She posted the story in the #ImStaying group and revealed that she had gone to an ATM to withdraw R5 000.

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When the machine did not give her her money she had assumed that it was faulty and went to the next ATM.

A woman behind her, Mathilda Links, shouted to her that her money was coming out. Thani was so relieved.

She offered to give Mathilda some money to say thank you. The woman refused and this reinforced her belief that there are a lot of good people in South Africa.

Source: Briefly News

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