I was left speechless after anonymous hero left huge delivery on my doorstep – it will help so many this Christmas | The Sun

FAMILIES across the country will be struggling on the run up to Christmas this year, especially in the middle of a cost-of-living crisis and rising price costs.

But an anonymous hero has been helping out locals by delivering baskets and baskets of food completely free of charge.

One person took to social media to thank the incredible "Mr and Mrs Anonymous" after they received hundreds of pounds worth of food from an Asda delivery driver.

Although they never ordered it or paid for it, it was all sent to their address, believed to be somewhere in Glasgow, to help them over the festive period.

It it thought that it was posted to them for them to share and hand out to the local community.

The person who received the massive haul shared their appreciation anonymously through Facebook group No1Seems2Care.

Posting on their behalf, the page wrote: "Chap at our door last night! ASDA delivery man with three baskets of food.

"He walked away and returned with another three baskets, and another three and another three, and another three, and another three, and another three…

"We literally couldn't take Tank out the front door for his walk last night, we had to use the back door as our hall was full of food.

"This is a massive delivery, the picture doesn't do it justice.

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"Here is the amazing part – we didn't order any of it! It was sent to us by 'Mr Anonymous' to help with food provision.

"Mr Anonymous has helped us out over the years and has the same 'modus operandi' which starts with a chap at our door and ends up with our hall being full of food or Christmas present for local people.

"We don't think Mr Anonymous picked this shopping himself as its so well thought out, so we are guessing that there is a Mrs Anonymous in the background.

"Thank you Mr and Mrs Anonymous, we hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas".

Since it was shared this morning, the post has quickly racked up more than 4,400 likes, 540 comments and 140 shares.

Users flocked to the comments to praise and thank Mr and Mrs Anonymous.

One person said: "Wow this is absolutely amazing this is going to make so many people’s Christmas very special especially at a horrible time with the cost of living crisis.

"Well done Mr and (Mrs) anonymous and everyone involved in sorting this out for families who need this. What an absolute amazing team you all are."

Another added: "It's fantastic I hope it helps some struggling family out there. Thank you for all your hard work and generous support to all the people that need it. Youz are amazing".

Someone else wrote: "Absolutely amazing so much thought has went into this. Well done Mr and Mrs A. Have a lovely Xmas".

While a fourth posted: "Amazing this couple have big hearts so kind of them for helping others who can’t afford much this Christmas".

And a fifth chimed in: "Wow that's absolutely amazing. This is such a special thing to do. Especially with people struggling right now. It's going to make so many people's Christmas a whole lot better".

It is understood that the good Smartians do this each and every year to help those in need.

The Scottish Sun were told that last year the people behind it ordered a huge toys haul from Argos to hand out to locals.

The gifts were all "carefully picked and well thought out".

It is also understood that Mr and Mrs Anonymous don't want to be identified for their gifts.

It is claimed that they have that it wasn't about recognition for them, but instead it was about helping people.

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Either way, one thing is certain – it will help hundreds of homes and will feed so many struggling families this Christmas.

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