Caring strangers in Oslo offered an 11-year-old boy their coats and blankets when they found him shivering at a bus station in the Norwegian capital.
Charity SOS Children's Villages recorded the video of people helping the boy.
The experiment was filmed as part of a campaign to provide warm clothing for children who have fled war-torn Syria, The Nordic Page reports.
"People should care as much about children in Syria as they care about this boy," Synne Rønning, the information head of SOS Children's Villages Norway, told The Local.
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