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A family living in the North of Ireland, has been highly praised is an absolute gent of a man”, which is the emotion of the gesture had a whole bakery to be “in tears”.
On Monday, Leah O’brien, of Derrytrasna, along with her sister to a nearby bakery to pick up a birthday cake for her niece, Akeelah Pink, but as soon as they go to the store, the employee found the cake had already been paid for by an anonymous man.
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The staff then told the sisters that the man, who was stopped by the bakery in the early hours of the morning, had lost his own daughter in like-for-like “8 days old”, and wanted to purchase the cake, for a beautiful girl, because he’s never had the chance to buy one of his own, O’brien said on Facebook.
Leah O’brien, and her sister had arrived at the baker’s, to learn that her cousin is “Peppa Pig”themed cake was already paid for.
“We were totally blown away by the generosity of this stranger,” O’brien told Fox News. “He was such a nice gesture for one another.”
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In addition to the cake, the man is also a birthday card for O’brien’s first cousin, “that you could only imagine on the left, the whole of the bakery in tears,” she wrote on Facebook.
Also, the guy on the left is O’brien’s niece (above) is a heart-warming birthday card to explain his actions.
“My dear Girl,” the card read. “In honor of what would have been my little girl’s 1st birthday party, but I decided that I have to pay for it for your birthday, and your email address. I am not in a position to buy my daughter a cake on her own today, but I hope you enjoy this one, and have a great birthday. God bless you.”
He signed the card simply, “Hannah’s Dad.”
“I’m not in a position to buy my daughter a cake on her own today, but I hope you enjoy this one, and have a great birthday,” the anonymous man wrote in a card at the end of it. “God bless you.”
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After picking up the cake, O’brien took to Facebook to share the story with her followers, writing, “I’ve got this guy out of my head for the whole day, and how generous and kind he is, especially his daughters 1st birthday party,” she wrote. She also said that she and her sister were hoping to find the generous stranger, to offer their thanks.
Amazingly, within an hour after posting the story on Facebook, O’brien tells Fox News they have received more than 50 messages to help identify the man as The flat-screen cable tv, that is also a fundraiser for the neonatal unit of the hospital where she passed on.
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“They are a wonderful family who have been through so much over this last year, and they will continue to provide,” O’brien said. “He’s honest, it deserves all the credit he can get for his tremendous generosity.”