A Perth woman has taken to a Facebook group to share the kindness of a stranger that saved her an expensive parking ticket.
“Thank you, thank you, thank you to whoever saved us from a parking fine this morning in East Freo, just next to Zephyrs cafe,” the grateful woman wrote along with an image of a paid parking ticket and a Post-it note left by the generous stranger.
“The parking inspector was writing you a ticket. I wanted to save you and spread the love! Hope three hours is long enough. Enjoy your day,” the post it read.
The woman was overwhelmed with gratitude and said the mystery person had performed “the kindest of deeds”.
“Plus paying for three hours of parking!” the stunned woman added.
Members of the Facebook group applauded the strangers generosity and some said the gesture had even restored their faith in humanity.
“I needed that little ‘faith in humanity’ boost this morning. yay humans,” one person wrote.
Others were inspired by the good deed to perform kind acts of their own.
“What a genuine golden heart, so proud to be in this community. This motivates me to do good things for our neighbour,” one Freo Massive local wrote.
The woman assured the generous stranger and members of the group that she would pass on the good fortune.
“We hope you also had a lovely day. We will be sure to pay it forward to someone else,” she wrote.
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