Good Samaritan buys $500 worth of cookies to get Girl Scouts out of the cold
GREENVILLE, S.C. - A kind man helped out two Girl Scouts who were selling cookies in chilly weather.
According to CNN, the girls were selling cookies outside a store in South Carolina Friday night when a man approached their stand and bought seven boxes of cookies. The temperature was about 34 degrees, just slightly above freezing.
Cookie manager Kayla Dillard said the man bought $40 worth of cookies and told the girls to keep the change. But she says the man returned a short while later.
"Pack up all of your cookies'" the man said. "I'm taking them all so y'all can get out of this cold."
The good Samaritan ended up spending $540 on cookies.
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