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Prankster Josh Paler Lin gave $100 to a homeless man on the street, but it wasn't just a random act of kindness. He wanted to know exactly what he would do with the money and capture it on film.

Next thing you know, the guy is walking into a liquor store. But what he buys will surprise you and probably bring a tear to your eye.

"I wasn't expecting to get this kind of footage," he writes in the caption. "To be honest, I thought this video would be more an exposing homeless people video at first. But I'm so glad that I could witness and capture such a beautiful moment."

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Reddit comments point out that this is likely staged for an ad campaign in Peru. The woman on the mic is Natalia Malaga, a former volleyball player and now coach.

From the Reddit thread:

Sorry for my English. I'm Peruvian.

It's not a Tv Show, is an ad for Everlast. Obviusly staged. Part publicity, part a NGO campaign against cat calling in the streets, who sadly is pretty common in Peru.

The woman talking before the "show" is Natalia Malaga, a coach of voleyball national team and famously volleyball player, now retired. Natalia have an tough style in coaching and even has accused of insulting and use derogatory words with teens players. Maybe for that she is the head of this campaign against cat calling.
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Redditor AlphaF submitted this perfectly staged photograph that she had sent to her worrying mother during a trip to the Grand Canyon. For more photoshopped parodies and copycat attempts, check out the gallery over at Know Your Meme!


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