Kind security guard helps new mum after her bags split open outside B&M

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“I was so grateful for his help”

A kind security guard went out of his way to help a new mum in the pouring rain in a heartwarming act of kindness.

Posting in an Ellesmere Port community Facebook page, the mum said she was shopping in B&M.

She said she was feeling slightly nervous about the trip because she was out shopping with her new baby, who was born prematurely.

While out, she said she felt flustered and said her bag snapped.

Despite this, the security guard working at one of Merseyside’s B&M stores came to her aid.

She wrote: “A few weeks ago I was in B&M when I became quite flustered.

A kind security guard went out of his way to help a new mum in the pouring rain in a heartwarming act of kindness.

Posting in an Ellesmere Port community Facebook page, the mum said she was shopping in B&M.

She said she was feeling slightly nervous about the trip because she was out shopping with her new baby, who was born prematurely.

While out, she said she felt flustered and said her bag snapped.

Despite this, the security guard working at one of Merseyside’s B&M stores came to her aid.

She wrote: “A few weeks ago I was in B&M when I became quite flustered.

The post, liked more than 400 times, was full of kind comments for the security guard.

One comment read: “If it was the man [I’m thinking of], he is such a fantastic guy so kind and helpful

“[He] always puts a smile on my face, and that’s a job in its self.

“[He] speaks and treats you with nothing but respect – a credit to his job.”

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