But the heartwarming story behind this seemingly dichotomous moment is what’s pushed the footage to go viral.
Bob Jo Frozen Custard's good customer service finally paid off after a customer unexpectedly left a $200 tip.
"I think this is a reminder that there are still nice people out there," the new dad, who had flown from Afghanistan to make the birth, says.
“My son is in the air force,” reads the heartfelt message on the McDonald’s receipt. “I can’t buy him breakfast so I bought yours.”
After going into cardiac arrest at a Macy's an Arizona woman says the workers jumped in to save her life. “These people breathed for me, they kept my heart alive. Without them I would not be here,” says Reba Mason.
Employees at a Portland deli sifted through a dumpster full of trash to recover a winning lottery ticket that a customer had left there.
Instead of leaving behind a decent tip, Karen Vinacour left a note that read, “I guess women don’t tip either.” — and a $424,000 bank check.
"Teachers work very hard and don't get much in return," said the man who has donated school supplies for five classes.
“They had to get this man home, and there was no better way than to push him,”said the Missouri deputy fire chief.
An Idaho community is rallying around the boys after they helped out a local elderly man after he injured himself.
A 12-year-old boy took it upon himself to do some road work, single-handedly filling giant potholes in the road after they damaged his family's cars.
The group found themselves in trouble when one of about 100 donated propane tanks they were using to keep warm exploded.