Guard goes viral for treating street kids to dinner


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Whether they like it or not, security guards in business establishments are tasked to keep street people away from the facility. Often, the guards are the ones tasked to drive the street folks away so that they won’t bother customers or keep them away.
Guard goes viral for treating street kids to dinner

But a security guard at a fastfood outlet recently went viral for doing the opposite of what he has to do – and this earned him praise from netizens who were impressed that he would feed the street kids instead of turning them away.

Guard goes viral for treating street kids to dinner
Photo credit: Jhanna Tiemsin / Facebook

A lot of street kids spend many weeks just eating leftovers they scavenge from trash bins or the scraps they find the in the streets. Many don’t even get to eat three times a day and most likely don’t get to enjoy full meals for weeks on end.

So, the post sharing the security guard feeding some street kids was met with applause from netizens.

Netizen Jhanna Tiemsin shared photos of the security guard she took inside a McDonald’s outlet in Malolos, Bulacan.

Guard goes viral for treating street kids to dinner
Photo credit: Jhanna Tiemsin / Facebook

Bait nung Guard na'to sa Mcdo ng Malolos Bayan

Walang kaarte arteng nilibre at isinabay na kumain ang mga batang kalye🖤

Maagang Pamasko re ni Kuya sa dalawang bataaa💕

Sana yung mga may kaya sa buhay, di nagsasayang ng Pagkain. Kasi yung iba kailangan pang manghingi o mamalimos o di kaya minsan maghintay ng tira tira ng kapwa nila, makakain lang😌

Sana tularan natin si Manong Sekyu💖

#BALITANGMALOLOS

Guard goes viral for treating street kids to dinner
Photo credit: Jhanna Tiemsin / Facebook

The post was met with praise in the online community, with people praising the guard for going against his tasks to feed these unfortunate kids. Of course, he was most likely on a lunch/dinner break at the time and wasn’t required to keep the street kids away but it was still heartwarming that he did these for the children.

— Joy Adalia, The Summit Express


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