- A kind man has recently hit the news after a post of his heartwarming act went viral on social media
- The young man who offered to exchange his first-class seat with the economy of an 88-year-old woman did not know he was fulfilling the life-long dream of this woman
- Many who saw this post online were very impressed and expressed how proud they are of the man
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In a recent publication by People's Magazine, one of the dreams of an 88-year-old woman has recently been fulfilled after a stranger she met on a plane from New York to the UK offered to exchange his first-class seat with her economy seat.
The woman, Violet, was heading back home from visiting her daughter when the man, Jack, came across her and offered to exchange tickets with her.
Speaking to a Flight attendance on the plane, Leach, she revealed, Jack offered to do the swap out of the kindness of his heart and wasn't asked to.
To be in first-class has always been her dream. You should have seen her face when I tagged her in for bed after supper. She said her daughter won't believe ", Leah added.
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The Flight attendant also said Violet wanted a selfie to prove to her daughter that she was indeed in first class.
Speaking of the kind man, Lead said, he willing sat in the economy seat directly opposite the toilets and never asked for anything for the rest of the flight.
According to the article, Leah shared the post on social media and it racked up a lot of engagements.
A few of the comments on the post are highlighted below;
Engin Kapsiz commented:
Bravo Jack for your kindness and bravo Leah for sharing this lovely gesture. This post will help kindness become contagious.
Elaine Lehman replied:
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 commented:
Jack is a product of good upbringing and possibly good compassionate people around him while growing up
To be 88 and still able to move around is such a blessing God bless you jack
Sarah Araahc said:
We need more Jacks and Violets in this world. Thank you for sharing!
In another YEN.com.gh publication, a woman has received numerous job offers following her kind act to a young boy.
Goal Cast reports that the kind woman was fired by the school restaurant where she worked for giving free food to a boy.
The lady identified as Bonie Kimball had worked at the lunchroom of Mascoma Valley Regional High School in New Hampshire, US for four years before her dismissal.
Bonnie told NBC that she had developed a special bond with the students who patronised the restaurant and couldn't bear to let the lad go empty-handed after he approached the counter for food with no money at hand.
Though the boy later paid $8 (Ghc47) for the free meal, the lady was sacked the next day.