Kind-hearted customer sitting outside restaurant gives ‘homeless’ man his BANK CARD and PIN and tells him to take out £20 for himself… which he does before returning with the receipt
- Customer was at a table at Harry’s Bar and Restaurant in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
- Footage shows a bearded man returning to the punter and showing him the £20 cash and receipt
- It is believed the man withdrew the cash from a Co-Op ATM a minute’s walk away
- Jack Fada, who posted the clip on Facebook, wrote: ‘Don’t dare tell me Newcastle isn’t the greatest place on Earth’
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Heart-warming footage shows a ‘homeless man’ returning a bank card to a customer sitting outside a bar – after the Samaritan gave him his PIN and told him to withdraw £20 for himself.
The clip begins with a view of a man sitting at an outside table at Harry’s Bar and Restaurant, on Grey Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
A bearded man wearing a jacket and jogging bottoms approaches the customer, who then gives him a thumbs-up.
The ‘homeless’ man, who appears to be in his twenties – and may be called ‘Colin’, according to Facebook comments – hands him a piece of paper and mentions the word ‘receipt’.
A kind-hearted customer (above, seated) gave this ‘homeless man’ his bank card and PIN and said he could withdraw £20 for himself. Pictured is the moment he returned to the Samaritan and showed him the money and receipt
The footage was taken near an outside table at Harry’s Bar and Restaurant, on Grey Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
It is believed the bearded man withdrew the £20 from an ATM outside a Co-Op bank on the opposite side of the road, about one minute’s walk away
The punter takes the receipt, while the bearded man shows him the £20 he took out.
It is believed he made the withdrawal from an ATM outside a Co-Op bank on the opposite side of the road, about one minute’s walk away.
The two share a warm handshake, and the bearded man begins to leave – briefly turning around to point at the generous individual.
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The seated man points back, and the two share a friendly exchange, before ‘Colin’ leaves and the clip ends.
The video was shot by Jack Fada, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, as he took a break from his job as a builder, doing work on a nearby nightclub.
The video was shot by Jack Fada (pictured), from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, as he took a break from his job as a builder, doing work on a nearby nightclub. He posted the clip on Facebook yesterday
The 27-year-old uploaded the footage to Facebook yesterday, leaving viewers in awe at the man’s kindness, with over 115,000 users having seen the footage.
Above the video, he posted the caption: ‘Homeless man goes up to a group of people and asks for money.
‘The bloke gives him his bank card and PIN number and tells him to take 20 quid for himself.
‘Don’t dare tell me Newcastle isn’t the greatest place on Earth.’
Facebook users who commented commended the man at the restaurant’s kind gesture.
Loreto Surridge wrote: ‘Still some very nice gentlemen. Well done.’
Claire Walmsley commented: ‘Aw top bloke and even better top bloke for bringing bank card back.’
Leslie Appleton said: ‘Renewed my faith in human nature after all the bad things that are happening up and down the country.’
Stacey Earl-Brown wrote: ‘What an absolute legend.’
Marie Henderson added: ‘Wow what a legend. Geordies are the best.’
Facebook users who commented on the incident commended the man at the restaurant’s kind gesture
Speaking today, Jack revealed he captured the clip in August last year, but wanted to share the stranger’s kindness on social media
He said: ‘I was working as a builder demolitioning the old Legends nightclub which is downstairs to Harry’s bar.
‘I would go outside now and then for fresh air and a cuppa and I see loads of homeless people sleeping and begging, so when I saw what was happening, I started to record.
‘I’ve worked all over the country and I don’t think anyone is as kind as us Geordies.’
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