We all know of Turkish ice-cream sellers and their little pranks when someone buys frozen treats from them.
However, this Turkish ice-cream seller does things a little differently as he adds in music and dance into his little pranks. What more, he’s quite a big softie as well!
In a video that has gone viral on several social media platforms, he is seen feeding a special needs man his signature ice-cream while still going with the flow of music.
The video starts off with him showing off a few tricks up his sleeve while the man seems to be enjoying the upbeat music. As soon as he was done with the ice-cream, he then fed it to the special needs man who took a big bite from the frozen treat.
The ice-cream seller then continued to feed the man and when his mouth got a little dirty, he then went over to wipe his mouth with a tissue and gave him a little peck on the cheek.
After that, the man then passed the ice-cream to the man’s caretakers and they went on their own merry way.
People in the comments are praising the ice-cream seller for being sensitive to the disabled community while others said that the video made them respect him even more.
This is certainly a very cute video and we’re glad that we stumbled across it!
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