A Slice of Pizza | Homeless People Vs Normal People | 1 Min. Video over 4 million views

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Previously we shared the indian version of a social experiment.
This time the original one, Meet the Sam Pepper who did prank on social issue.


In this social experiment he simply went to a local pizza store & asking for a slice of their pizza.
The answer is big No.Then he sent one of his friend to give a pizza to a homeless guy sitting outside of restaurants.
Now sam's turn, he asked the same to this homeless men "a slice of their pizza". The next moment is simply touched my heart.    

 

Take a Look!!

4 Million View!!

[youtube height=”500″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KNCkuUOwoQ[/youtube]
Credit: Sam From YouTube





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