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Aldi shopper is pelted by heartwarming customer at the cash register

Aldi shopper is caught off guard by heartwarming customer at checkout – as many want the act to be ‘normalised’

  • An Aldi shopper is left in shock after a fellow shopper pays her bill
  • The woman said the random stranger paid for her groceries, which were $187
  • She had let the shopper go ahead of her at the checkout, which started the action


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An Aldi shopper has been left in shock after a stranger paid her entire $187 store in what she called an incredible act of kindness.

The Australian woman said she was waiting in a long line at the popular store when a second checkout opened.

She motioned for the man to line up in front of her, despite being closer to the newly opened cash register.

An Aldi shopper is left in shock after a stranger paid her entire $187 store in what she called an incredible act of kindness

An Aldi shopper is left in shock after a stranger paid her entire $187 store in what she called an incredible act of kindness

“I didn’t think of letting him go first because he got there before me,” she wrote in a post describing the friendly exchange.

What happened next blew her away.

“He hung out at the front after being served and when my groceries were scanned, he got up and paid them,” she said, rattling.

The man told her that he was grateful that she had been nice to him and wanted to express it.

“What he did for me was much more fun than what I did for him, I couldn’t believe it,” she said.

The woman posted the story on a popular Facebook page aimed at Aldi fans.

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Has anyone ever “prepaid” for you?

  • Yes it was delicious 0 votes
  • Yes, I felt uncomfortable 0 votes
  • no never 0 votes

It quickly went viral in the group and thousands of people responded to the post.

“So great to see that they are still nice people in this world, you both deserve credit for your kindness,” said one woman.

So nice to read something positive. Nice people do exist, said another.

Others shared their own heartwarming stories, claiming that “kindness feeds kindness.”

“Someone did the same for me in line at a gas station, pay for gas once, I’ll never forget and always pay in advance if I can,” said one woman.

Others called for more people to pay it forward and create a “kindness pandemic.”

Some insisted that people “moving forward” in line is just good manners and should be considered a quintessential thing.

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