LA teens buy 100 McDouble sandwiches for heartwarming reason
Homelessness and hunger are growing problems throughout the United States -- especially in large metropolitan areas.
The issue is so grand that it's often difficult to imagine that just a few people could make a difference. Lance Stewart and Adin Kolansky, however, decided to do their part in solving these issues, and they are hoping that their selfless act of giving will inspire others to spread a similar kindness.
The pair went into a Los Angeles McDonald's, spent $151 on 100 McDouble sandwiches, and proceeded to hand the burgers out to homeless people.
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They didn't retire when the sandwiches ran out -- instead, they went to a nearby drugstore and bought even more food to hand out.
Stewart, 18, uploaded a video of the act to his Facebook, which soon spread and gained nearly 2 million views. The excited and inspired way that the Internet is reacting makes it seem like society as a whole might be turning towards a new leaf of charity and sympathy, slowly but surely moving towards solving the homelessness epidemic.
For more on the strides being taken to rid the world of homelessness and hunger, watch the video below:
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