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Busker Rewarded With Instant Karma After Giving Homeless Man Money For Food

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Busker Rewarded With Instant Karma After Giving Homeless Man Money For Food

A busker was rewarded with some instant payback after she kindly donated some money from her own earnings to a homeless man who needed some food. You can see the whole scene unfold in the video below.

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Busker Liv Harland was working in Manchester city centre one day recently when she spotted that a homeless man was rummaging through a nearby bin in order to find some food to eat.

Obviously, it was tough for her to watch the man struggling so badly that he had to eat from the rubbish, so she stopped her song and went over to offer him some help.

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Grabbing some money from her own money pot and handing it to him, she offered him the cash to go buy his own chicken nuggets, rather than salvaging someone else's from the bin.

Credit: TikTok/@livharlandmusic
Credit: TikTok/@livharlandmusic

"If I give you money will you get fresh ones?" she asked the man.

Once he agreed, she took the note out and sent him off to the fast food restaurant nearby with the money in his hand, ready to get himself a hot meal.

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He thanked her for her generous donation before heading off.

She shouted after him: "Promise me you'll get fresh ones!"

The busker, who is from York but plays in Manchester, was instantly rewarded for her act of kindness when a man who had clearly seen the whole thing unfold went over and put double the amount of money she'd given to the homeless man into the pot.

Credit: TikTok/@livharlandmusic
Credit: TikTok/@livharlandmusic
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Liv clearly had no idea that she was being watched by the man, and the whole thing was captured on the cameras she had set up for her set.

She later shared a clip of the whole thing to her TikTok account, captioning the video: "Is this good karma or what??"

Now, the video has gone viral.

It has been viewed more than 15 million times and has been liked three million times, as well as receiving more than 15,000 comments.

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Credit: TikTok/@livharlandmusic
Credit: TikTok/@livharlandmusic

One said: "Anyone notice the guy at the end watched her then he repaid her kindness."

Another comment read: "The fact that you didn't even think twice. Such a kind heart."

A third person noted: "You could have said it over the mic to get attention, but you didn't because you genuinely wanted to help him."

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There you have it. Whether you believe karma exists or not, it goes to show - as one person put it - that 'sharing will not make you poorer'.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@livharlandmusic

Topics: UK News, Inspirational, Manchester

Tom Wood
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