Earlier this week, a family’s credit card was declined at a Target store in Oregon. A generous stranger stepped in and paid their bill, about $160.
The first customer then turned around and helped the next person in line.
"He looks at me, I didn’t have enough for my bill, but I have a 20 dollar bill and I’m going to pay that for her. She ended up giving me the money she was going to spend. The next person came through the line," said Debora Durall, a Target employee.
It just went on from there for several more customers.