The unfortunate accident you are about to witness happened in Roland Heights, California, in front of the Target store. It was recorded by a woman named Andy who was leaving Target at the time. A mean woman spots younger siblings selling candy outside the store and as a result, a confrontation begins.

The moment when the old woman sees the children; I started scolding them. She yells at them and demands to know if they ask permission and also want to see their license. Although the little boy calmly explains to her why they are doing this, she is not ready to understand him. Andy also reported that the woman had threatened the boy that he would be arrested by the police and put in jail.

The boy was so harassed that he started crying. This alone was not enough for the woman to leave the child alone. That’s when a man named Jay Lopez approached the woman: he’s had enough of her cruelty and is ready to put her down. “I buy everything,” the man said, referring to the sweets. “I’m going to buy it all and give it to all these people. You should be ashamed of yourself.”

He went ahead and bought the boy’s candy which was worth $80. It really restored my faith in humanity! Andy wrote on Facebook, “There are good people and bad people in this world, and I’ve seen it with my own eyes.” “To hell with all the ignoramuses who complain about something.

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