I am telling you about a wonderful young man. He helped a woman when she was in danger. Thanks to his help, the poor woman and her beloved son…
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Dane Weeks is brave and kind and always ready to answer a call for help. One night he asked him to help a woman he didn’t know. She detailed the story on Twitter, and many appreciated her kindness. The experience gave Dane a glimpse into the world of women, and the woman told him that “women have to live in this fear because men have created this environment for us.”
We present to you an article in which a kind-hearted young man shared his experience. I was walking to the train station that night a few minutes before the woman arrived, and a woman came up to me and hugged me tightly and said, ‘Act like you know me. Three guys said they were following me. I stayed together and walked home.
At that time, the woman’s hug was as realistic as if she were hugging someone she knew, and 3 young men followed her very suspiciously. As I walked and talked to her, I realized she was scared. She kept saying, “I have to go to my son, who has to go home.” Out of fear, she hugged me and held my hand. Later, he seemed embarrassed and apologized to me.
It didn’t bother me at all. I have to say that it made a good impression on me. The strangest thing is that I had never taken that route to the train station, so I unknowingly chose that route just by letting my dog wind up. I think that’s why I should have met him then. This has never happened to me before. Something happened that made me a little nervous, so I went to my friend’s house to calm down. We exchanged numbers and I told him that I would always be there to help him if he was around.
His way home is by walking under the train tracks in the dark, and there is no other way. He told me he would call me back and I was hoping he would. When he was contacted later, three strangers were staring at him on the train and followed him when he got off. When he entered the store, he expected them to leave, but when they left, they were still standing in the pizza shop.
He walked quickly and encountered women, but he didn’t want to put another woman in danger. He saw 2 other men but could not go because they were cursing loudly at each other. The next thing he saw me and noticed the smile on my face, he knew he was going to help me. He apologized and told me how shocked I felt in response to his random hug, very calmly.
When I met his 5-year-old son, he said to me, “Thank you, sir.” I told him that if he needed someone to walk him home from the train station, I would always be available. Some nights he worked late, so his mother was grateful. What if I hadn’t met him then? We wondered what I would have done if I hadn’t gone down that road and so on, and he thanked me for being my hero that night. I wish there were more young people like this in today’s society. If this happened to you, share what you would do in the comments section.