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Australia Driver shares the touching note they received from a generous stranger left under their windscreen wiper in a random act of kindness

08:20  28 september  2019
08:20  28 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Driver shares the touching note they received from a generous stranger left under their windscreen wiper in a random act of kindness . Driver in Canberra was surprised by a kind note left on his windscreen this week. The motorist shared a picture of the note to a local community group

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A generous act of kindness has surprised locals in Canberra after a man shared the touching note left on his windscreen this week by a stranger.

A generous act of kindness has surprised locals in Canberra after a man shared the touching note left on his windscreen this week by a stranger© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A generous act of kindness has surprised locals in Canberra after a man shared the touching note left on his windscreen this week by a stranger Drivers would usually be unimpressed at the thought of a note on under their wipers likely informing them of construction work set to delay their commute or that their car had been dinged by a careless motorist.

This note was different, however, offering the car owner advice to take a minute for themselves and included a $5 note for a hot drink.

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The driver posted a picture of the note to a local community group on Facebook© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The driver posted a picture of the note to a local community group on Facebook

'Hello, today is Friday and the weeks can be long, days can be hard, so I wanted to shout you a cup of coffee, for you to sit down, put your feet up. Relax and enjoy,' the letter read.

The driver posted a picture of the note to a local community group on Facebook.

'Good deeds are uncommon and should be acknowledged. Thanks to the anonymous donor and I hope he/she wins a jackpot. (I was) rushing out of work for a quick lunch and saw this on my car,' he wrote.

The group's members were equally impressed by the heartwarming gesture.

'How lovely! Hope you enjoy it. Thanks for sharing,.. inspired me to do the same and pass it forward,' one person wrote.

Driver has glass shards in eye after thugs throw rock from overpass .
A limestone rock, which weighed nearly 2kg, missed his head by just centimetres. "It felt like a bomb going off, it scared the life out of me… a little but up to the right and it could have killed me," Mr Wells told 9News. Your browser does not support this video require(["binding"], function (binding) { binding("wcVideoPlayer", "#video_player_a9115bd9-1935-4ad3-bf8e-01340e80ca89").all(); }); The service station worker was driving along Mandurah Road when the thugs shattered his windscreen.  With shards of shattered glass in his eyes, the 59-year-old still managed to pull over.

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