KINDNESS OF A STRANGER: Lin Linhert has thanked the Good Samaritan who saved her car.
KINDNESS OF A STRANGER: Lin Linhert has thanked the Good Samaritan who saved her car. Craig Warhurst

The moment a Good Samaritan did something incredible

SOMETIMES it's just not your day.

Lin Linhert could chalk last Friday up to that if it weren't for the actions of a Good Samaritan.

The Bundaberg local was attending to jobs in the CBD when she parked her Holden Viva outside McDonald's on Woongarra St.

She came out a short time later to discover her car had rolled several metres into the next car space and a note had been pinned beneath her windscreen.

 

GOOD SAMARITAN: The note left on Lin’s car.
GOOD SAMARITAN: The note left on Lin’s car. Craig Warhurst

The note writer said they noticed the car was not in park and had begun to roll, so they placed a chock under the wheel and wished her a lovely day.

"I looked around but I couldn't see anyone My friends and I all want to thank this person for their kind act," Lin said.

If it's you, email hayley.nissen@apn.com.au



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