Watch video: Old man serving water to pedestrians in sweltering Delhi heat will melt your heart

Updated: Jun 06, 2019, 19:36 IST | mid-day online correspondent

The noble and generous act of serving water to those traveling in the sweltering Delhi heat by the old Sikh man is proof enough that all superheroes don't wear capes

Watch video: Old man serving water to pedestrians in sweltering Delhi heat will melt your heart
A screengrab of the viral video

They say all superheroes don't wear capes and a viral video which features an old man serving water to pedestrians in the sweltering heat of New Delhi proves the same. The video which has gone viral on social networking sites shows an old Sikh man serving glasses of water to those traveling in the hot and humid weather of Delhi.

In the viral video, the elderly man is seen serving water to the pedestrians traveling on the streets of New Delhi. Stationing himself on a scooter, the elderly man is seen equipped with cans and glasses being placed on his scooter as he goes about with his act of kindness and generosity with much ease.

A Twitter user by the name of That wicked thing you do... shared the viral video and wrote: In the sweltering Delhi heat, this Sardarji, is single-handedly trying to bring some relief to the people! Commendable.

Since the time the video has been tweeted, the video has already garnered nearly 7,000 likes and retweeted almost 3,000 times. Netizens took to the Twitter post and showered heaps of praises on the elderly man.

Here's how netizens applauded the old man for his generosity and noble act:

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