TikTok praises 'very kind man' for accidentally ruining group's reunion video: 'Most innocent thing ever'

A woman’s reunion was adorably interrupted by a concerned senior citizen.

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TikToker @mackennamyers07 set up a camera to film a reunion between her and a group of women. The only trouble was that she left her phone unattended, which caused confusion with a well-intentioned stranger.

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“I tried to get a cute reunion video….. I guess this will just have to do,” the caption read.

The video showed the group of women meeting up in a busy commuter area. It looked as though the women were waiting for another member to arrive. But the view was quickly obstructed by a senior man.

“Someone left their phone,” he said.

The man seemed concerned about the phone owner’s whereabouts and stuck around to guard the item. Then @mackennamyers07 swooped in to grab her phone, oblivious to what just happened.

“Oh, there it is,” he said to her.

People on TikTok praised the senior for caring about a stranger’s missing phone.

“Omg hahaha you can’t even be mad, that was too cute,” a person wrote.

“Awe how he waited around to see if someone would come back,” a user said.

“Good for him looking after a phone someone’s just left there unattended. A very kind man,” another commented.

“That honestly is the cutest, most innocent thing ever,” someone replied.

“His heart was in the right place. The internet has too many reunion videos anyways,” a TikToker added.

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