A father who struggled to afford a plane ticket after being told he would have to pay for his two-year-old daughter at an airport check-in desk was saved by a Good Samaritan who bought the £460 fare.
The kind-hearted woman's generous act at an airport in Nebraska, USA was captured on camera and shared on the Love What Matters Facebook page.
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After hearing the conversation between the dad and airport staff, the strangers, who was a high-flying company co-founder, stepped in to pay for the little girl's ticket when airline staff said she was too old to qualify for free travel.
The mystery woman did not want to be named.
The Facebook post read: "This woman needs to be commended. A gentleman was checking in for his flight when the agent asked how old his daughter was. He said she had recently turned two. The agent then asked if she had a ticket. The man was confused because he was under the impression she could ride for free. (When he booked the ticket, she was one but her birthday was in January.)
"She pointed back at his daughter and said, 'I wanna buy her ticket.'
"The agent said 'You know how much this ticket costs right?'
"The woman responded '$700 something?'
"'$749' the agent said.
"The woman said 'that's fine' and pulled out her credit card. I was right there and I just said to her, 'God Bless You!' and they printed out the ticket. The agent kept talking about her goosebumps while the man hugged the woman and asked for her name to repay her. The woman just kept saying, 'Don't worry about it.'
"She knew she wanted to help that man and his daughter no matter what the cost. Please share this story because people like this need to be recognized."