A combo picture shows the youngsters on a mini electric car and the youngster kissing the Saudi man.
Generosity knows no limits. And the Saudis are known for their generosity.
A video of a Saudi man went viral on social media after he presented his Mercedes Benz to a young man who jokingly asked, “Sell your car?” to the Merc owner.
The middle-aged man was parking his car at a plot in Saudi Arabia. A group of youngsters were riding a mini replica of an electric jeep car meant for kids.
One of the young lads then jokingly asked the man in his Mercedes, “Sell your car?”
To this remark, the man in the Mercedes relied, "We do not sell... we give and give what we have in our hands…”
After the eloquent answer, the Mercedes owner swore by the young man he would give him his car. He urged his friend to register the car in this young man’s name.
The duo can be seen getting involved in an argument with the man insisting that he take the car.
The incident took the Twitterati by surprise.
Most people have praised the generosity of the man, claiming that this is what Saudi Arabia stands for… generosity, culture and respect for all.
It is not clear where the video was filmed, but the act has definitely melted the hearts of many.
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