Earlier this week, we shared the viral story of a Sikh man who removed his turban to save the life of Daejon Pahia, 6, who had been hit by a car.
According to TVNZ, in the days since 22-year-old Harman Singh’s story made headlines, “karma has come back” to reward him for his good deed.
Singh, from India, is currently living in Auckland, New Zealand, taking a business course. When a news channel visited his home in the days following his significant gesture, viewers were upset to see that his home was sparsely furnished.
Singh’s flatmate, Ravi, and a local furniture outlet decided to do something about it: they surprised him with a van filled with furniture, rendering Singh temporarily speechless.
“We got you some furniture!” Ravi yelled. “A lounge suite, a bed and a coffee table, for all the good that you’ve done.”
said, moved by the unexpected generosity. "Is this… it’s the biggest surprise of my life.”“Thank you, thanks a lot. I’m very happy,” Singh
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