For me it was this time an old man dropped his wallet on the street full of cash without realizing. Loads of people were walking behind him and it landed right in front of me. Everyone looked at me as I picked it up to see what I'd do. I ran over to him and tapped him on the shoulder and said "you dropped your wallet, mate" He turned around and shook my hand firmly and said "thank you very much young man" He offered me £10 and I said "keep it, you need it more than I do". People looked at me and smiled as I walked away. Probably one of the best feelings I've ever had the pleasure to have.
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I was walking in the city centre one night on my way to meet up with some mates for dinner. On the way I saw a drunk football hooligan racially abusing a homeless man (who was Muslim, I'm assuming) and shouting horrific slurs. The homeless man looked very afraid as if the guy was going to physically attack him. But I kept walking because the football hooligan looked too aggressive for me to handle.
After 10 minutes of walking, I couldn't stop thinking about what I saw, so I turned around to go back and see if the man was still there. The homeless man was still there talking to a few police officers and the nearby restaurant was offering him a free drink, so it looked like it was all getting dealt with at least. I spoke as a witness to the police officers and then I talked to the homeless man for a bit and gave him £5 and he thanked me with a smile. It helped me sleep better that night.1