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Heartwarming moment Father takes off his jeans and gives them to a homeless man in shorts after seeing him shiver in the cold

  • Johny Hindle saw a homeless man sitting outside a gas station in Manchester
  • The father took off the jeans he was wearing and gave them to the man to keep warm
  • The act of kindness was captured on camera by a passerby who was moved to tears

This is the moment when a selfless father takes off his jeans and hands them to a shivering, rough sleeper after seeing him in shorts outside a gas station.

Johny Hindle had started a conversation with the homeless man outside a BP petrol station in Wythenshawe, Manchester. and worried that he would spend the night in the cold.

In a quick-thinking act of kindness, the father took off the jeans he was wearing and gave them to the man named Vinnie to keep warm.

Johny Hindle saw a homeless man in shorts outside a gas station in Wythenshawe, Manchester, took off his jeans and gave them to him to keep warm

The selfless act was captured by passerby Becky Haigh, who took a picture of the exchange that took place earlier this week.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News about the moment, she said her daughter was moved to tears by the kindness she had seen.

"I've never seen anyone do such a good thing," she said. "That took it to a whole new level."

Johny had been on his way home from a Christmas day with his fiancée and her children when they stopped at the gas station.

His fiancée Courrie Webster said she was "incredibly proud" of him and that he was a "role model" for her young children.

Johny had been on his way home from a Christmas Day with his fiancée Courrie Webster and their children when they stopped at the gas station earlier this week

Johny had been on his way home from a Christmas Day with his fiancée Courrie Webster and their children when they stopped at the gas station earlier this week

Courrie Webster said she was "incredibly proud" of him and that he was a "role model" for her young children - a son and four girls who the couple shares

Courrie Webster said she was "incredibly proud" of him and that he was a "role model" for her young children – a son and four girls who the couple shares

They discovered the homeless man and decided to give him some money so he could buy hot food to keep warm.

However, when Johny went to see the man, he found that a friendly woman had taken the man's pants home to have them washed.

She brought them back tomorrow so he could have clean pants, but Johny insisted that in cold weather he couldn't stay outside without pants.

"Without hesitation [Johny] took off his own jeans and gave him his pants," Courrie said.

Johny had worn shorts under his jeans so he could hand them over to the man on site.

The selfless moment was witnessed by passerby Becky Haigh, who took a photo of the exchange and was moved to tears by the act of kindness

The selfless moment was witnessed by passerby Becky Haigh, who took a photo of the exchange and was moved to tears by the act of kindness

Courrie said the man was "so grateful" to receive the jeans.

She said she was "incredibly proud" to watch her partner and that she and her oldest daughter, Lola, were full of tears.

"I'm very proud of him and the selfless act he has done," she said. “He made someone feel a little warmer on a freezing cold night.

"I'm proud that he's our son's father and a role model for the four girls we share."

After getting back in the car, the family decided to bring more clothes and things to Vinnie to keep warm.

After that, the young family packed a suitcase of clothes for Vinnie and drove around for an hour looking for him, but couldn't find him

After that, the young family packed a suitcase of clothes for Vinnie and drove around for an hour looking for him, but couldn't find him

They packed a suitcase with shoes, clothes, toiletries and a warm blanket for his dog, as well as a bottle of hot soup and some snacks, but by the time they drove back to the gas station, Vinnie had already moved on.

The family drove around for an hour looking for him and went back out the next day, but couldn't find him.

Then they were told that Vinnie had left because fireworks had been thrown at him at the gas station and had gone to the bus stop to seek shelter.

Corrie said, "We really hope he gets the help he deserves for being so polite and grateful."

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