Friday, 06. December 2013 - 19:12
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A driver who performed a simple act of kindness when he stopped on a busy road to help an OAP cross a zebra crossing has become an internet sensation.
The unidentified man in Moscow, Russia, is seen stopping at the crossing as other cars and lorries drive past the distressed pensioner.
He then gets out, walks over to the OAP and escorts her to the other side, as traffic continues to hurtle by.
The clip has become a TV sensation in Russia and has now clocked up over half a million hits on YouTube.
"If every person was like this the world would be a better place,’ posted matonogg.
"People, in general, are ass holes. But this video gives me lots of hope and warms my heart!," wrote britter7819.
"This video inspired me to start a blog. It's my hope to spread as many acts of humanity to the world that is possible," wrote Toshirozawa.
"This restores my faith in humanity," said YTfanco.
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