Homeless War Veteran Moved To Tears After Stranger’s Kind Act

by : UNILAD on : 20 Nov 2015 13:37

A homeless war veteran was moved to tears in Redlands, California, when he met a Good Samaritan at a local petrol station.

The homeless man approached Max – the guy filming the video – and asked for change. That is when Max invited him into his car and offering to buy him food.


After having a much-needed bite to eat, Max wanted to take it forward. He says: “I tell you what, I go to work everyday around 4pm, and if you meet me at that gas station, I’m going to buy you lunch.”

The veteran’s face is priceless and says “no one has shown me this much kindness in a while,” as he tears up and thanks Max.


Since this emotional encounter, the veteran has secured a new job in a restaurant and Max has also started a GoFundMe campaign to support other homeless veterans.

The video was put online four days ago and has nearly been viewed 250,000 times.


If only there were more people like this out there, the world would be a much better place…

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