- A man named Jack has been praised and celebrated on social media as he took an old woman by surprise with his kind deed in an aeroplane
- Jack and his family had got first-class seats but instead, he offered his to an 88-year-old woman identified as Violet
- The kind man then went ahead to take the old woman's seat in the economy class which was beside a toilet
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A man swapped his seats with an old woman in an aeroplane to help her fulfil her lifelong desire.
The man, according to a lady named Leah Amy on Facebook, had booked first-class seats with his family.
The man identified as Jack was said to have found the 88-year-old woman named Violet in the economy class as he came onboard.
Leah said Violet - who is a nurse that travels to the UK and America to carry out her work - had always wanted to seat in the front and it came to reality thanks to Jack.
The stunned woman then requested photos with the kind-hearted man.
Social media users hail Jack
People gushed about Jack's gesture and had good thoughts for him.
Engin Capsiz said:
"Bravo Jack for your kindness and bravo Leah for sharing this lovely gesture. This post will help kindness become contagious."
Elaine Lehman wrote:
"A wonderful story about Jack and Violet. If only you had not mocked Violet's given name. That's who she is, not a Vera or Rose to be renamed. Cheers."
Minnie Meneses Lee commented:
"Jack is a product of good upbringing and possibly good compassionate people around him while growing up."
Genevieve Vas reacted:
"This world goes on for the kindness found in persons like Jack. Leah, appreciated your thoughtfulness too."
Man donates food to blind woman
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young man had shown love to an old woman who is blind as he used his motorcycle to provide her free meals.
In a post sighted by Legit.ng, the kind-hearted young man has been celebrated for donating to an aged blind woman who earns a living from breaking and selling stones.
Dagban Bia, a social media user, shared the post to garner support for Edmond Baba whose daughter was participating in the Cussons Baby Moments.
According to Dagban Bia, he was touched by the benevolence of Baba towards the blind woman and other needy people in his community.
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