This TikTok-told story of a man’s good deed fail has gone viral.
Social media influencer Stuart Jeffery took to TikTok this week to share his expertise shopping for a meal for a homeless man — just for the man to advise him to eat more healthy.
The amusing video has been considered over 2.3 million instances as of this writing and has impressed different platform customers to share related experiences.
“I just got back from … I can’t do it,” Jeffery, who goes by @janikon_ and has over 648,000 followers on the platform, says within the clip, barely in a position to speak between matches of giggles. “It’s so terrible,” he laughs, earlier than attempting once more.
“I just got back from McDonald’s where I went to get a coffee, and … there was a homeless man sitting outside,” Jeffery continues. The man requested him for change however, having none, Jeffery supplied as an alternative to purchase the man some food.
“He was like ‘Sure, can I get a coffee with two creams and a Big Mac.’”
Jeffery, a 35-year-old Toronto resident, purchased the food however, as he was handing it over, the man warned him “in the future, a word of advice, I would lay off the Mcdonald’s,” Jeffery recounts, barely holding it collectively.
“I was fat-shamed for doing a good deed,” he concludes within the clip, which is captioned: “No, I can’t re-record this, I’m laughing too hard.”
The video’s feedback are filled with tales shared by individuals who have additionally completed what they thought was a variety act, solely to be hated on in response.
“One time I gave a homeless man at the intersection some money and he said I should clean my car out,” wrote one commenter.
“I once gave a homeless man a 20 while stopped at an intersection,” chimed in “Superstore” and “Chicago Party Aunt” actress Lauren Ash. “Don’t worry, not all men like skinny women.”
Another viewer additionally had a related expertise, whereas eight months pregnant.
“After I gave him his food, as I’m walking away, he says, ‘Hey Lady, you walk like a horse,”‘ she wrote.