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IN People ON 21 Nov, 2015
Two teens ordered 100 McDoubles at McDonald’s restaurant in Los Angeles. These boys didn’t hesitate to even dish out to make up for the $151.51 to cover the price of McDoubles.
Lance Stewart and Adin Kolansky ordered 100 McDoubles to provide them to the homeless people.
After getting their order, the teens went into the streets and distributed the burgers to the needy people they came across. They even left some for the poor people who were sleeping on the street.
When the last McDouble was handed off, the boys headed into a nearby grocery store, recognizing there were many more mouths to feed. They spent another $100, this time on Lunchables, Pop Tarts, and water bottles, and hit the streets yet again!
They encountered the Los Angeles homeless regularly. Night after night of jogging by them on their evening runs led the lifelong friends to a decision to help them.
Stewart explained, "We were just hoping that it would inspire other people to go out and help others as well."
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