THIS is the heartwarming moment a homeless man is captured cheering and pumping his fists in the air after he landed a permanent job.
The man, who has not been identified, can be seen walking out of a window suppliers having just been offered a permanent contract.
The Midlands-based firm, Central RPL, took the man, who is currently staying at a homeless shelter in Wolverhampton, on a trial basis.
The company yesterday offered him a position and a fresh start.
Aaron Doyle, who works at Central RPL, shared the tear-jerking video online and said he had been “won over”.
Aaron, from Walsall, West Midlands, said: “It might seem like nothing to most, but this guy has really won me over.
“His reaction as he left was absolutely priceless.”
Aaron said the guy is currently staying at a local homeless shelter and gets food from a church.
He has “absolutely nothing”, yet still offers Aaron a chocolate bar and a bit of his coffee at work every morning.
Aaron said: “He is currently staying at a shelter in Wolverhampton and wants to get back on his feet.
“He started at work on a trial basis to see how he got on, and if he made a good impression he would be given a permanent position.
“He’s given food every day from the church and brings it to work.
“Taking into account he doesn’t know where his next meal is coming from and doesn’t eat the best, every single morning he offers me a chocolate bar of some of his coffee.
“The best part is, he’s been paid his first week’s wages and told he’s got a permanent job.
“The reaction as he left was priceless.”
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Sarah, 36, was sleeping rough on the streets of Manchester but had been looking forward to the birth of her baby boy.
Tragically, Sarah ended up miscarrying her baby at hospital, before going back on to the streets to beg.
Appearing on Channel 4’s Dispatches, Sarah was filmed lying down on make-shift cardboard bedding in a Manchester car park while clutching at her swollen tummy.
She had been living rough for 14 weeks when she was filmed and, although excited for her new arrival, had been nervous of social services taking him away from her.
Manchester City Council denied that they had heard from Sarah.
They went on to say: “We would always treat a pregnant woman presenting as homeless as priority regardless of the length of time she has been pregnant.
“We would never turn a pregnant woman away.”
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