Sikh Man Gets Rewarded For Helping Boy In Accident

The Sikh man who famously took off his turban a couple of weeks ago for a little boy in a car accident has gotten the biggest surprise of his whole life. Harman Singh was interviewed by the local news station in New Zealand called Qnet and the viewers and crew noticed that he had just about no furniture in his home. So, that’s when things were taken into the hands of the news station. According to an article found on reddit and written by Independent. co.uk, the news crew spoke with a friend of Singh’s to make sure that he would be home at a certain time, and they came by to drop off all of the furniture including a new bed, sofas, and a coffee table.

Singh was so overwhelmed with gratitude that he started to tear up at the sight of this gift being given to him. It is always so touching to see things like this happen to people who really deserve it, because that is what really makes the spice of life. Singh argues that he is not a hero, because anyone would have done what he did in that situation but he was really glad to be there at that time to help the child out until medical attention arrived at the scene. Hopefully this will inspire other people around the globe to help out in certain scenarios when they are needed.

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