Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

A poignant video of a cotton candy seller in Egypt spread on social media platforms, where he was seen throwing his goods in the street after he gave up selling them during the Eid al-Adha pause.

Muhammad Hussein Ibrahim, from Upper Egypt, said that he went out on the day of the Eid al-Adha pause to sell “cotton candy,” hoping to make some money to give an Eid gift to his children and buy household supplies.

He explained that he wandered the streets for long hours under the hot sun, trying to sell his goods, but he did not find anyone to buy, and as he felt desperate and frustrated, he threw the goods on the ground and returned home empty-handed.

Muhammad did not know that someone was following him and filming what was happening, and after returning home he was surprised that the video had spread quickly on social media, which aroused great sympathy and made many Egyptians cry.

Thanks to the video, many businessmen and philanthropists began searching for him with the aim of helping him and establishing a business project for him.

In addition, Muhammad received unexpected support from the people of his village, who went to his home after watching the video and offered him help, in a humanitarian gesture that emphasized community solidarity and the desire to provide assistance to those in need.

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