An act of kindness that happened in July is just
now going viral on Reddit a few months later.
A Reddit user shared the story of Steve Farmer,
a train commuter, and Abdul Muneeb, a railway
worker in London, in the forum “Humans Being Bros” .
“Left work at 6 p.m. to find just the cut lock
and no bike. Resigned to never seeing my trust
stead again, asked the station if they have cameras”.
“A guy appeared waving at me, asked me to put the
code into my cut lock. He replied, ‘I have your bike’
with a smile I will never forget! His name is Abdul”.
Muneeb later shared what went down while
Farmer was away. “I heard the sound of
a lock being snapped and I didn’t think twice”.
“I said, ‘You’re not taking that back.’ I couldn’t let that happen,”
Muneeb said. “The guy eventually gave up and walked off. I put
the bike into safe storage because the lock had been broken”.
Farmer praised the worker for being a Good
Samaritan. “The world needs more Abduls. He is
a legend of a man and a credit to his employer” .
In the end, a little kindness
always goes a long way