A Toronto man found $200 on a sidewalk — and saw it as an opportunity to make someone's day.
Tavis McKenzie, a 34-year-old entrepreneur, found two $100 bills near the intersection of York Mills and Don Mills. He stayed in the area, waiting for the original owner of the cash to return and claim it, but no one came.
Instead of keeping the cash for himself, he opted to give half of it away.
"Found $200 bucks on the sidewalk. On a whim decided to surprise and delight the next person I saw," Tavis McKenzie wrote on Facebook.
"So pass it on, do something nice for the next person you see," he encouraged.
So McKenzie surprised a Tim Hortons worker with a $100 tip.
The cautious woman suggested he donate the money to charity before graciously accepting his generous tip. To thank him, she didn't charge him for his small coffee.
Watch her reaction below:
McKenzie told the Huffington Post that he posted a video of his generous gesture to encourage his Facebook friends to do the same.
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