Alvie Armer of Leyland was out riding mopeds with his buddies and stopped to get some gas. The 16-year-old spotted an elderly woman having trouble putting air in her tires, so the teen jumped in and helped her get the job done.
He left the station and went home, but didn’t mention his good deed to anyone.
Another customer at the station watched Alvie help the woman and was impressed enough to post about the moment on social media. Alvie’s mom, Beverley saw the post and the story made her smile, then she realized it was her son, she was overwhelmed with pride.
When she asked Alvie why he didn't tell her about the events at the station, he said "mom I do things to help people every day, it's who you raised me to be.
Beverley says her heart swelled with pride. "A lot of young people get a lot of bad press and they get judged as well. It's just a little thing, but it can make somebody's day, can't it?"