The kindness of strangers

LD
Written by
Luke Davies
29th of April, 2015

Supermarket Aldi worker Christian Trouesdale came to everyone’s attention this week when he made the news after helping 95 year old pensioner, Bob Malloy home with his shopping. A photo of the two of them together holding hands has gone viral and we spoke about Christian’s good deed on the show earlier this week.

Watch the video here

Christian, along with his proud parent joined us today to tell us his story and why he thinks more youngsters should respect their elders.

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