Anyone who lives in a big city knows how painful it is to get a parking space. Be it a develop and or developing country; parking stands as a significant problem. In that hustle, if you get a private parking, it will be an absolute luxury. Similarly, a kid in Germany became the proud owner of his parking space and social media declared it as the ‘most adorable act of random kindness ever’. An unidentified neighbour designated a spot for his kid-sized bike and the picture is going viral among netizens making them go aww over and over again. Viral Video: Lady Driver Runs Over Kid Playing With Friends, Child Escapes Unhurt.
Christie Dietz, a food and travel writer, tweeted a photo of her four-year-old son’s new parking spot. The little one has locked his tiny green bike to a local lamppost, which had now been reserved just for him. A stranger had placed a sticker which includes the photo of the kid’s balanced bike. “My son has parked his bike by this lamppost just about every day for the last year. This morning, this sticker had appeared. Absolutely made our day. People can be so brilliant. Thank you, whoever did it,” wrote Dietz on her Twitter.
Take a look at the kid's own parking spot!
My son has parked his bike by this lamppost just about every day for the last year. This morning, this sticker had appeared. Absolutely made our day. People can be so brilliant. Thank you, whoever did it 😊 pic.twitter.com/rYC8jCTD5L
— Christie Dietz (@asausagehastwo) September 24, 2018
“The most adorable random act of kindness ever,” reads a comment.
ok, that's the most adorable random act of kindness ever 😁😁😁
— Sandy (@grrrrlygrrrl) September 24, 2018
The adorable post naturally went viral attracting more than 61,000 retweets and 270,000 likes (and the count is on). A Twitter user even plans to write a ‘thank you note’ to stick on the lamppost later for the stranger’s kind gesture. Some also shed a fair number of tears “We were really touched by someone carrying out such a sweet and joyful idea. My son is very happy about the sticker,” Dietz was quoted saying in a BBC report.